When a project is completed and delivered to the customer, it comes the time of archiving it to release some space in the hard disks but also provide the opportunity to revisit the project in the future. Currently, it is not clear which files are required / are not and what kind of actions can be done with them?
The current approach is is archiving anything that is inside the root folder of the project. This will provide the opportunity to, for example, recalculate the orthomosaic without repeating the calibration step. As interesting as it is, it looks like an overkill for all projects (most probably they will be completed for good). In most cases, having a minimal set of files (like the p4m, gcp, marks and maybe the output of the calibration) would suffice.
What about adding an archiving tool (or some clear guidelines of which files are required)?