Just curious, I’ve recently done a clean install of ubuntu again and I’m in the proces of moving backuped files (only important ones, stuff I find I don’t really need, I dump it) back into my home directory.
I used to have a “scenes” map there, with all my blender files in it, no subdirectories. The name comes from the time when I was still using max in school.
In fact, I’m starting to get so many files now that I’m starting to get that exact same problem I had when I was about to leave max: Organizing my files.
I have so many blends nowadays, I’m sifting through them, and can’t really make out how I should order them… or even if I should rename the “scene” map altogether.
So I was wondering, how do you people manage your files and projects?
You know files for characters, houses, spaceships/scifi, technical stuff, textures, library files(materials meshes), tutorial files etc…
In the cad world, it’s common to have another software managing your files, the versions, different rights for different people accessing them etc. For instance, some use automanager teamwork to manage all kind of files. There’s bound to be some open source alternatives, but what are those?
What are your thoughts on this?
How do manage your files? There’s plenty of nautilus I haven’t learned yet, tons of additional options…
How do you manage your files?