Import/generate additional images from old zoom.it #89

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iangilman opened this Issue Oct 20, 2014 · 109 comments

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If the old server is still up, we can do #62. Otherwise it's a matter of hooking up our tile converter to the existing URL/ID mapping (which will probably include #60). We can do this before we hook up the database stuff necessary to support new URL/ID mappings.

This is a popular request on:

https://getsatisfaction.com/livelabs/topics/zoom_it_is_being_discontinued

@iangilman iangilman added this to the v1.1 milestone Oct 20, 2014
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#90 has a list of missing images from one user.

This was referenced Oct 24, 2014
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Another missing image (mentioned on the mailing list):

http://zoom.it/5eha.js

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Presumably we can also find additional missing images by examining the logs.

@aseemk
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aseemk commented Nov 2, 2014

Issue #62 has one queued ID from a user: http://zoom.it/JzGm

And this was a little snippet I came up with for searching our logs:

# on the server, as root, at /var/log/zoomhub
$ egrep 'GET /\w+ ' zoomhub.snapshot02.log | cut -d' ' -f11 | cut -c2- | sort | uniq -d > logs-view-ids.txt

This only gets view page IDs (not embed or API requests, and not by URL), but maybe that's good enough for now.

@iangilman
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Agreed. Once we have the ability to generate and upload tiles, and we've taken care of the IDs we know about, then we can get more aggressive about finding additional ones.

@iangilman
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@JaroJaro thanks for the list. We're still hooking things up, but we'll include your set as soon as we can. This is a volunteer operation, so I don't have an ETA for you.

@ssoysal
ssoysal commented Nov 5, 2014

@iangilman @aseemk So, in order for the images that are showing up "queued", we need to supply a list of URLs to you? Could you please confirm? If that's the case, I'll submit our set as well.

Thank you,

Serdar.

@iangilman
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No, we'll get to them all, so you don't need to supply a list. If you do supply a list, however, we can prioritize them first. Either way, there is still some coding work that needs to be done before the "queued" images will be finished.

@ssoysal
ssoysal commented Nov 6, 2014
@chamberz
chamberz commented Dec 3, 2014

I just noticed today that (the old) zoom.it is no more. I helped a friend set up a couple of images.
http://zoom.it/fJXi works fine
http://zoom.it/hOeg gives the Queued... message

Is there anything I can do other than post here and wait? Thanks! -- mc

@4shaw
4shaw commented Dec 5, 2014

http://zoom.it/4ViA queued... please if you can... very urgent... thank you

@iangilman
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Thanks for letting us know! Unfortunately we've all been caught up in other responsibilities, but this is still on our radar. If you want to help with the coding, let me know! Otherwise stay tuned.

@crmackay

I would also like to add my image to this list...it is still queued

http://zoom.it/YGKx

@waigy
waigy commented Feb 5, 2015

I have a queued image also.

http://zoom.it/njmi

Cheers

@iangilman
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Yes, sorry for the delay!

A few notes from @aseemk on what we need to do next:

For the key piece of converting existing images (which are already accounted for in our DB, i.e. already have IDs), I think it's mainly a matter of hooking up uploads to CloudFiles (Rackspace's S3 equivalent) here:

https://github.com/zoomhub/zoomhub/blob/master/lib/processor._coffee (or putting that logic in a new file, and adding a call to it here: https://github.com/zoomhub/zoomhub/blob/master/lib/routes._coffee#L277-L280)

Even with the new piece, for all existing "queued" content, we'd need to actually run it through this process somehow. We don't have an actual queue, so the way to do that is probably a quick script, that iterates over all those IDs, and basically calls those same worker methods as convertContent in the routes._coffee.

Here is the info on CloudFiles:

http://www.rackspace.com/cloud/files/resources/

Just mentioning this here to help the coding team coordinate.

@b-s-w
b-s-w commented Feb 19, 2015

Hello @iangilman,

i am an old user of zoom.it and had one specific project uploaded there

http://www.bergerstadelwalsh.com/sagradafloor.html (zoom.it/iYO4.js)

it seems that the migration never occured for this project (image). We just noticed it not working a few days ago and just learned yesterday about the open sourcing of the project.

My problem is of extreme urgency because this project is used for work at my studio and we urgently need access to it! I am illiterate when it comes to complex (at least complex for myself) coding processes.

Is there anyway this can be fixed as soon as possible? Thank you very much for your help, it is immensely appreciated!

Cheers,

Pablo

@iangilman
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@b-s-w Unfortunately I don't know when we'll have it working again. Depending on how urgent this is, you might consider recreating that page with OpenSeadragon. Feel free to email me at ian@iangilman.com for more info on that option.

Otherwise, stay tuned here for updates!

@1234PMS
1234PMS commented Feb 20, 2015

hi!!
this is my link: http://zoom.it/hFao
For me its quite important to get the link working again...
Does somebody know an alternative to zoom.it which is working nowadays?
Thanks!

@iangilman
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@b-s-w @1234PMS I've started a new issue for info on getting set-up with OpenSeadragon: #92

@aseemk aseemk self-assigned this Feb 22, 2015
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@aseemk aseemk closed this in #94 Feb 23, 2015
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aseemk commented Feb 23, 2015

This isn't exactly closed yet — just implemented a bunch of code to do this, but still need to actually run it in production — but hope to do that very soon. =)

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aseemk commented Feb 23, 2015

Server issues tonight preventing progress here unfortunately. Stay tuned...

@aseemk aseemk reopened this Feb 23, 2015
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gasi commented Feb 24, 2015

Awesome sauce!

@iangilman iangilman referenced this issue Feb 26, 2015
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Please add: #107

@abrlam
abrlam commented Feb 27, 2015

For those of you who need the images working right now. You can give this site a shot.
http://zoomable.ca/

Some caveats:

  • it doesn't accept TIF images (JPG only)
  • no large image support (~64 MB)
  • you have to re-upload your images again (if you have more than 10 images, might as well wait)

Examples / Alternative links...
@crmackay
http://zoomable.ca/view.php?i=BateyMap

@4shaw
http://zoomable.ca/view.php?i=madiba

@iangilman
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@abrlam Very cool! Do you know who made it? Thanks for pointing it out. :)

@iangilman
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#108 Has an additional list of requested IDs.

@crmackay
crmackay commented Mar 2, 2015

@abrlam thanks for headsup! this is great. I'll be looking at openseadragon for self-hosted option, but this is a great in the meantime!

@1234PMS
1234PMS commented Mar 3, 2015

hey! im trying zoomable.ca ....but always when the uploading is finish, it appears a fatal error message.
@abrlam somebody knows how to solve it?
Thanks!!!

@abrlam
abrlam commented Mar 3, 2015

@1234PMS I'm the owner of that site. Add your file to WeTransfer (https://www.wetransfer.com/) and send it to zoomable1@gmail.com and I'll help you out.
@iangilman that would be me :)

@waigy
waigy commented Mar 3, 2015

@abrlam I'm the same as 1234PMS, I always get a fatal error uploading an 18mb jpg to zoomable.ca

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 38632 bytes) in /home/zoomable/public_html/lib/thumbnail.inc.php on line 152

Cheers

@abrlam
abrlam commented Mar 3, 2015

@waigy Certainly!
Add your file to WeTransfer (https://www.wetransfer.com/) and send it to zoomable1@gmail.com and I'll help you out.

@1234PMS
1234PMS commented Mar 4, 2015

@abrlam hey! thanks a lot! im trying to send it by wetransfer..but it only allows files up to 10mb--so I send it to you via google drive.. Hope its fine..and really thanks a lot! :)

@iangilman
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@abrlam Very cool!

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@franciscomarquitecto Thanks for the list! Believe it or not we are making progress.

Meanwhile, you might check out http://zoomable.ca

@franciscomarquitecto

Thank you so much! helps a lot!

2015-06-23 6:43 GMT+02:00 abrlam notifications@github.com:

Hi @franciscomarquitecto https://github.com/franciscomarquitecto,

The links you posted earlier this month are now on zoomable.ca. See links
below (IDs have been preserved for easy migration):

http://zoomable.ca/zi/shFd
http://zoomable.ca/zi/n2Sj
http://zoomable.ca/zi/u9fH
http://zoomable.ca/zi/Evi2
http://zoomable.ca/zi/SFOM
http://zoomable.ca/zi/4Pn4
http://zoomable.ca/zi/N4Ew
http://zoomable.ca/zi/AW5F
http://zoomable.ca/zi/e2WC

Hope that helps!


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#89 (comment).

@sagupast
when do I get mine? :-(((

THX,

Stephan (Sagupast)


Am 23.06.2015 um 06:43 schrieb abrlam:


  Hi @franciscomarquitecto,
  The links you posted earlier this month are now on zoomable.ca.
    See links below (IDs have been preserved for easy migration):
  http://zoomable.ca/zi/shFd
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/n2Sj
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/u9fH
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/Evi2
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/SFOM
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/4Pn4
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/N4Ew
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/AW5F
    http://zoomable.ca/zi/e2WC
  Hope that helps!
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abrlam commented Jun 23, 2015

Hi @sagupast,
I'm having trouble getting the files (the ones that end with TIF) from your website. Could you restore them or make them available somewhere I can get it? Thank you.

@sagupast
ok, will do this! Let me check it.

Thanks a lot!!!

Stephan


Am 23.06.2015 um 14:30 schrieb abrlam:


  Hi @sagupast,
    I'm having trouble getting the files (the ones that end with
    TIF) from your website. Could you restore them or make them
    available somewhere I can get it? Thank you.
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Hi abrlam,does this work?https://www.dropbox.com/s/6szhfg4hc4iwke5/Bible_100nm.tif?dl=0Thanks,Stephanabrlam notifications@github.com hat am 23. Juni 2015 um 14:30 geschrieben:Hi @sagupast, I'm having trouble getting the files (the ones that end with TIF) from your website. Could you restore them or make them available somewhere I can get it? Thank you.—Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub.  

@abrlam
abrlam commented Jun 23, 2015

Hi @sagupast
Yup, Dropbox works for me. Send the rest of the Dropbox links to my email address zoomable1@gmail.com and I'll put them on our site.
Thank you again!

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gasi commented Dec 2, 2015

@JaroJaro I was able to convert all your images.
@ssoysal I tried converting yours but it seems like all their source images have disappeared.
@chamberz I converted your remaining one.
@4shaw Done.
@th0mass Beautiful photos. They look a while but they’re converted now 👀 😄
@waigy The source image for njmi was unfortunately not there anymore.
@crmackay Your image was successfully converted: http://zoomhub.net/YGKx
@b-s-w During the conversion of http://zoomhub.net/iYO4 we ran out of memory the first time but I manually fixed our ‘database’ and was able to successfully convert it the second time around 👍
@1234PMS Your source image is unfortunately gone: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40907476/bien.tif
@sagupast Looks like your source images are gone, sorry.
@franciscomarquitecto Done 👍

/cc @iangilman @aseemk @kenperkins

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@th0mass
th0mass commented Dec 14, 2015

@gasi thanks :)

@absurdartist

hey
First i would like to say im total noob, rather artist and probably in the wrong place...but
Two years ago I made very large (55inc x 55inc) drawing, which was printed and I also managed to upload it to zoom.it enviroment. It all worked well, really thank you for that, but later i read about those changes. That its not possble to upload new images, but all old images should still be reachable.
And now ive being getting "queued" message since that.
My image link is
http://zoom.it/uIEH
Is it possible to restore this or its all gone ?
Thats very important to me and i would be very grateful for any kind of help.

Siim Raja from Estonia

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@absurdartist zoom.it can only rebuild the zooming version if the original is still located somewhere else on the web. According to our data:

http://api.zoom.it/v1/content/uIEH

...the original should be located at:

http://imageupper.com/s02/1/4/U13892988911176167_1.jpg

...but it appears to not be anymore.

If you still have the original somewhere and want to turn it into a zooming version, I can give you some suggestions.

@sagupast

Hi Ian,

could you please add following designs?

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ba8ehtsv8h9x2ke/AADUWG7Zsw6hS_mBHDYFhhlWa?dl=0

01_nano_hamlet.tif
02_nano_moon.tif
03_nano_constitution_USA.tif
04_nano_arche.tif
05_nano_bible_portugiese.tif
06_nano_bibel_chinese.tif
07_nano_bible_french.tif
08_nano_bible_english.tif

Thank youuuu!!
Stephan

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@sagupast So far we only have the capability to reconvert images that were already in the old seadragon.com. Converting new images is still in the plan, but progress has been slow.

Meanwhile you might consider using one of the tools listed here:

http://openseadragon.github.io/examples/creating-zooming-images/

@abrlam
abrlam commented Jan 28, 2016

@sagupast I should be able to upload your images to zoomable.ca I'll send you an email once they're up.

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@sagupast So far we only have the capability to reconvert images that were already in the old seadragon.com. Converting new images is still in the plan, but progress has been slow. Meanwhile you might consider using one of the tools listed here: http://openseadragon.github.io/examples/creating-zooming-images/—
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sagupast commented Feb 1, 2016
... Hi Ian,

did you have success with the files?

Thx,
Stephan

Am 29.01.2016 um 00:35 schrieb abrlam:


  @sagupast I should be able to upload your images to zoomable.ca
  I'll send you an email once they're up. 

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  <notifications@github.com> wrote:


  @sagupast So far we only have the capability to reconvert images
  that were already in the old seadragon.com. Converting new images
  is still in the plan, but progress has been slow. Meanwhile you
  might consider using one of the tools listed here:
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abrlam commented Feb 1, 2016

@sagupast just emailed you the links

On Sunday, January 31, 2016 10:20 PM, sagupast <notifications@github.com> wrote:

... Hi Ian,

did you have success with the files?

Thx,
Stephan

Am 29.01.2016 um 00:35 schrieb abrlam:

@sagupast I should be able to upload your images to zoomable.ca
I'll send you an email once they're up.

On Thursday, January 28, 2016 2:48 PM, Ian Gilman
notifications@github.com wrote:

@sagupast So far we only have the capability to reconvert images
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is still in the plan, but progress has been slow. Meanwhile you
might consider using one of the tools listed here:
http://openseadragon.github.io/examples/creating-zooming-images/—
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@birbilis

btw, couldn't you keep a hit count for the various images and prioritize to convert those that do get ANY hits first?

@birbilis

http://zoom.it/WwI0

mentioned here:
https://github.com/rsimon/seajax-utils
at "The file example-raphael.html illustrates how you can add Raphael drawing elements as overlays to a Deep Zoom image hosted on zoom.it."

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gasi commented Mar 27, 2016

btw, couldn't you keep a hit count for the various images and prioritize to convert those that do get ANY hits first?

Yes, we have a list of the most popular images that people request but currently our conversion pipeline is fully manual. We are in the process of relaunching the service and will be able to do this automatically. If you want to get involved, this is the latest state of the codebase: https://github.com/gasi/zoomhub

http://zoom.it/WwI0

I will queue this image up once we have the processing pipeline up and running. Thanks for your interest!

@birbilis

Speaking of stats would be nice to be able to keep various metrics and make galleries from them (like most popular, most recent etc)

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gasi commented Mar 27, 2016

@birbilis Agreed, that would be nice. I opened an issue: #119

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gasi commented Apr 16, 2016

@Michael0406 Thanks for the links. I checked them in our database and it turns out, all the source URLs but a few are gone, i.e. 404. If you could make them available again, I could re-run the processing. You can check the status yourself if you go through the API and check the ready and failed properties. In your case, they are all failed: true:

Good (ready: true)

Missing (failed: true)

If you are comfortable with command-line tools, a quick way to check is as follows:

npm install -g json
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/oADx | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/wKXr | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/khhE | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/R8FS | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/TdCL | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/OVzp | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/kTxp | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/AyXn | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/8NlF | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/q1TO | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/1Yvz | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/ZTUF | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/SQe7 | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/Ylv8 | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/Gqvy | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/50KW | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/Gl2o | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/dnXv | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/3DyL | json failed
curl -s http://zoom.it/v1/content/Gubd | json failed
@arcticio

Would love to have XpKT back. It's source is now here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/354885/Arctic/circumpolar.png

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gasi commented Apr 22, 2016

@arcticio I rescheduled XpKT for processing 😄
@alanhogan Looks like your underlying source URL has disappeared: http://demo.pixelsandpages.com/Panorama%20Crissy%20Field%2001.JPG (http://zoom.it/v1/content/efTf) Please let me know when it’s available again.
@Barbravant Same with your source image, it now returns a 404 (Not Found): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/49131906/PFC_Gonzalo_del_val_200_LZW.tif See: http://zoom.it/v1/content/3DyL Please let me know when it’s available again.

@turielloantonio

Hi, these are my queued images:

http://zoom.it/nsOY
http://zoom.it/xOuN

I hope you can unlock it as soon as possible. Thank you.

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gasi commented May 1, 2016

@turielloantonio: Unfortunately, both your sources are gone (404):

Let me know when you made them available again and I can schedule processing them.

@birbilis
birbilis commented May 1, 2016

Since the site doesn't keep source images, but just caches tiles (so an image not viewed often could maybe get missing again if source is removed in the future), maybe it would be best if the site was also showing the "Source" links for each image that isn't found telling the user if they can replace the images at their original URLs or if they can't to share the broken URL and the new image location here

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gasi commented May 1, 2016

@birbilis Good idea! I filed an issue: #124
In the meantime, you can view that information via our API, e.g. http://zoom.it/v1/content/nsOY

@turielloantonio

Hi, can you replace them with the new following links:

  1. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/216565649/LightInverse.jpg
  2. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/216565649/MoleculArt.jpg

in the following order:

  1. http://zoom.it/nsOY
  2. http://zoom.it/xOuN

because I can not recover the old links. Thank you.

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gasi commented May 3, 2016

@turielloantonio Thanks, I updated the URLs and queued them for reprocessing.

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gasi commented May 3, 2016

@turielloantonio Both images have been processed now. Unfortunately, we have a bug in our image converter and the first one looks wrong. We’ll need to update our image converter but I can’t give an ETA: #126

@abrlam
abrlam commented May 3, 2016

@turielloantonio If you need the first one right away, I have uploaded your image to zoomable.ca

Here's the link:
http://zoomable.ca/view.php?i=LightInverse

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@turielloantonio

I thank you all for the help and the availability! Ciao!

@Nic72
Nic72 commented May 31, 2016

Hello @iangilman,

I had one image on zoom.it, but it is very important. Would you be so kind and restore it? The zoom.it link was this:

http://zoom.it/jE5B

The original source image is still available, but the URL has slightly changed. It needs to be updated to this:

https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7423/10237783054_710ecc03a1_o_d.jpg

Thank you very much!!

Best,
Nic

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gasi commented Jun 1, 2016

@Nic72: Thanks for the update. I update the source URL and requested a reprocessing. We should see whether it worked in 30min or less.

@abrlam
abrlam commented Jun 1, 2016

@Nic72: and here's the alternative URL (from zoomable.ca) if it doesn't work out:http://zoomable.ca/view.php?i=10237783054_710ecc03a1_o

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gasi commented Jun 1, 2016

@Nic72: Looks like it went through: http://zoom.it/jE5B

@abrlam: Thanks for helping out. Curious: Can users submit to your website or only through you?

@Nic72
Nic72 commented Jun 1, 2016

Yes, indeed it did! Thanks so much for your help and for your time, both of you!!

Best,
Nic

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Nice image! :)

@abrlam
abrlam commented Jun 2, 2016

@gasi only through me so far but will make it widely available down the road...

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gasi commented Jun 3, 2016

@abrlam Cool, same here! Let me know if we can help each other some way 😄

@gillescastel
gillescastel commented Jun 17, 2016 edited

Please restore this image: http://zoom.it/K5uT#full
Thank you for making this possible!

@abrlam
abrlam commented Jun 20, 2016

@gillescastel Here's the alternative URL (from zoomable.ca)
http://zoomable.ca/view.php?i=zoomhub_K5uT

@gillescastel

@abrlam Thanks a lot!

@chamberz

Can someone help me get off this list?

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Would love to have XpKT back. It's source is now here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/354885/Arctic/circumpolar.png https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/354885/Arctic/circumpolar.png

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gasi commented Jun 20, 2016

@chamberz Try this button:
import_generate_additional_images_from_old_zoom_it_ issue__89 _zoomhub_zoomhub

@gillescastel I also scheduled your image for processing.

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gasi commented Jun 20, 2016 edited

@gillescastel Your image has been converted: http://zoom.it/K5uT#full

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gasi commented Jun 28, 2016

@benjamin777dp Yes, I’d be happy to but could you please restore the missing image? http://burnbridle.com/maps/Doylestown_1886.tif

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gasi commented Aug 29, 2016

@shadowc82 Thanks for your request. I checked your page and it seems to reference the following Zoom.it content:

This points to the following PDF which is gone: http://3madd.com/distrigaz/dgv_harta.pdf I’d normally ask you to restore the PDF but unfortunately, we currently don’t support PDF conversion anymore. Apologies.

@birbilis

can use tools from pdfforge.org to print the pdf to an image I guess and publish it somewhere

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abrlam commented Aug 29, 2016 edited
                                                                                  @shadowc82 Hi George, is it a single OR multi page PDF? If it's single, I might be able to help you to have it on zoomable.ca                                                                                                                                                
@alanhogan

Thanks :) Silly question, but why can't the original URL be restored?

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gasi commented Sep 28, 2016

@alanhogan This is a fair question. Ever since Microsoft has sunset Zoom.it, it has been maintained by a small group of volunteers including myself. Due to personal circumstances (move from West to East coast, projects at work, etc.), I haven’t been able to dedicate time to Zoom.it. Aside from that, the idea behind Zoom.it was to have immutable URLs, meaning once you submitted it, the ID, e.g. efTf, was supposed to be firmly tied to original source URL, i.e. http://demo.pixelsandpages.com/Panorama%20Crissy%20Field%2001.JPG. I recently relaxed that constraint to get people’s images up and running but in your case, I can’t restore it from a Dropbox URL as it’s not the actual URL to the full size image. If you can host it somewhere with simple access to the original, I will try to restore it.

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chx commented Nov 10, 2016

would it be possible to resurrect http://zoom.it/C96KR.js somehow? It's an incredible resource.

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gasi commented Nov 10, 2016

@chx: If you can resurrect the original source http://i.minus.com/ibbcFjdx3GYo2L.jpg, I can requeue it for conversion 😄

@ratonyi
ratonyi commented Nov 10, 2016

Hello! Could you restore http://zoom.it/C96KR with http://ratonyi.hu/images/1947_4917-bp.jpg please.

Very thanks

@mixter13

Hi, could you please restore http://zoom.it/c5LA#full when you have the chance?
Much appreciated!
Mike

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gasi commented Nov 19, 2016

@mixter13: Could you restore the underlying file http://michaelgilmore.com/files/t28.png please?

@lkozma-net

Hi,
would it be possible to restore http://zoom.it/5WQt.js ?
Thanks in advance,
Laszlo

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I forgot to mention: this image is linked from this post: http://lkozma.net/blog/map-of-named-colors/
The message on the image sent me to this thread.

Regards,
Laszlo

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gasi commented Dec 22, 2016

@ratonyi: Requeued: http://zoom.it/v1/content/C96KR. Thanks 😄

@lkozma-net

@gasi: yes, this is the file -- I just checked and it seemed to download correctly, although it takes some time, as it is rather large (12MB)

Could it be a problem with the ?psid=1 part in the end? It does download correctly without that as well. Could I help by uploading the file somewhere else?

Thanks again, for keeping this great service online.

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gasi commented Dec 22, 2016

@lkozma-net Thank you for the kind words. Your image is online again: http://zoomhub.net/5WQt

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