How lightweight can this software be until it loses all main functionality?
For example, if I were to find an implementation of ITK (a library) within an application/software that processes pictures of tree roots to determine small visible differences between just the colour of each tree root shown in each photograph, how much of the ITK library would such an application concern itself with?
In addition, here are a few questions I have:
What file size might I expect the average ITK-based software to be?
Does ITK endorse or maintain any of it’s own applications or is this just a library of code to build on?
How small (file size) are the smallest current applications that implement the ITK library? What might their functions be?
I understand ITK is cross-platform, but surely this is only for those smart enough to know how to either: (a) read/write/develop software, or (b) compile these libraries/code using an IDE?
Can you recommend some fun ITK-based beginners applications to run on macOS? Linux? I doubt that just because an application uses part/whole of the ITK library that it too is then cross-platform… Perhaps such a distinction & separation (from other ITK-based projects) should be made clear on your homepage for newbies like myself?
I saw ITK is hiring, which positions? What might some of the educational requirements be? Is ITK willing to train/educate new employees? Can employees work remotely?
I have a lot of questions, so I’m trying to prevent myself from asking dumb questions.