Mosaic Photo System
This week we took on a small setback when the Mosaic Photo System iPhone App was rejected due to the fact that it transmits “personal data” to a web server. The “personal data” that is being transmitted is a UUID, which is randomly generated, which we use to track which photos are being uploaded by which users. We can’t actually see the user’s name or any other info. A small adjustment has been made and the app has been resubmitted.
Outside of the iPhone app, Mosaic Manager v1.0 has been completed. This is a tool that most users will never see but it is very important to the Mosaic system. Mosaic Manager allows us to monitor photos that have been uploaded and reject anything that might be questionable.
This week, Mosaic is being developed from the shores of the Caribbean Sea, in the town of Puerto Veijo, Limon, Costa Rica. The town has a Rastafarian feel and the beach at Playa Negro has back sand, created by volcanoes.