Hi everyone. I am working on the process to scan thousands of family pictures, some dating back the 1930's. We currently use lightroom to keep everything sorted, with 3 copies, one in a server that keeps backing up to the cloud (I am from Brazil, 50Kb/s upload speed... maybe before year 3000 the backup will finish), 1 on the production machine and the other in a set of usb hard drives. The problem is: only one person can work with the pictures at a time. We want something to be able to us to speed up the process of tagging, renaming, sorting and them we can edit. I saw that Digikam has support for Mysql and Mariadb. Well, I wish to know if anyone have tried it in a lan enviroment with multiple user access. If this is achievable, my family members will be able to enjoy the pleasure effort that is to sort the family history Ps: it would be awesome something able to do that, because every picture that i move from an album on the pc, I also move on the phisical copies. So if I need to rescan a file, I know where it is. The workflow is as follows: 1) Scan/import from sd card; 2) Rename in lightroom; 3) Fire up goodsync to update the changes; 4) Connect the Usb hard drive (every 2 weeks); 5) tag, geotag, facial recognition, edit, sort in album - folder; 6) reflect the moving on the phisical files; All done by me and occasionaly a relative.