Sorry, I did not understand what you wanted to say. Please speak clearer.
It is not a good comparison (allegory) here. The fundamental difference is that the racing has some strict rules - but nobody knows what exactly a good scan-processing program should be. No strict rules for that yet.I've seen this a lot in another context. Pinewood derby racing.
To be concise, I'd like to summarize the following ideas:
1. Both ScanKromsator and Scan Tailor have no future - as they are both conceptually erroneous programs (I can list the detailed reasons why if you want).
2. It is a good idea that you are trying to help Tulon to develop Scan Tailor - Scan Tailor should be considered as a "training ground" - prior to develop a some really good scan-processing program (which does not exist yet).
3. Only the high-end professional 16-20 Megapixels photocameras with a nice expensive lens are allowed to be used for DjVu-digitizing paper books. Otherwise you would just inevitably produce some shit DjVu-books. You may like this idea or not - but it is really so. The cheap low-pixel cameras are sufficient only for plain OCR.
4. If to choose between SK and ST - without any doubt ScanKromsator is the best choice.
- like daniel_reetz likes to say.period