Thu Feb 17 10:19:13 PST 2011 2.0

I released the second version of today. I also made a github project for it, because git's neat.

Thumbnailer 2.0 removes some site-specific code atanok was complaining about, and now watermarks the image by printing a text string at the bottom of the image in white on black, and near the center of the image in light gray. Doing this in a single line, while resizing it, and without generating intermediate files that would end up recompressed, and thus lower quality, was fiddly and annoying. Here's an example of a watermarked image.

You might notice that the github project mentions multiple scripts. Gosh, that's interesting. I wonder what it could mean.