This is my first post here after lurking for a while. I recently got bitten by the 3D printing bug and bought an Ender 5 and have been loving every triumph and spectacular failure along the way.
With each new print I find myself learning more and more, but often want to recall the results of a particular experiment I was eventually forced to toss out because I can only hold onto so much junk. Even for the ones I do keep, I have a hard time remembering just what it was I played with to achieve that result. It occurs to me that since Octoprint is already recording footage of your build that it could also take a quick snap of the final product after the build completes, and provide a spot for you to write your notes about where your head was at when you built it. So when you're wondering "I think I printed this xy cube to try sharpening my corners, but what settings did I change that time??" you search the file name, you get a pic to verify it's the right thing, you watch the timelapse, and read any notes you left after completion, and maybe even name the build something like "HORRIBLE FAILURE CUBE DO NOT REPEAT".
With that in mind, and it could be that something like this already exists, I wanted feedback on how to improve the idea, or if it's even possible. In fact, I believe Thingiverse has functionality just like this when you report a "make", but since octoprint is already recording Timelapses and a few other print details, it seems like a natural place to keep this info would be right on the OctoPi.
LMK what you guys think!