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[campsite-dev] Campsite Addons
  • I would like to ask about the campsite addons. In my opinion it is about
    the time to make final decision how various campsite addons will be
    stored and handled.
    What I mean is following:
    1) The folder where all addons are stored
    2) The naming conventions (name of addon tables inside of campsite
    database etc.)
    3) The way of adding addon's specific user rights or including it to
    admin interface

    I open this topic for the reason TOL small addon features should be
    changed a little corresponding with the redesign and I would like to
    make them much closer to campsite.
    These features are:
    - Article Mover
    - Send article to friend
    - Online discussion

    Sideways I plan to have some external application (gallery) which should
    closely cooperate with campsite and may be I would instruct the
    developper team to make it as another addon.

    Ondra

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    As a big fan of Gallery, I would love to see it work through the PHP
    wrapper with Campsite. It's very widely used, and other CMSes (the Nuke
    clones come to mind quickly) have Gallery support.

    As I understand it, PHP gallery stores photos in static locations on the
    file system, but Campsite stores photos as blobs inside the MySQL
    database, in the images table.

    Ondro, would you have to make a choice at installation to use one method
    or the other for handling images, or could you choose on the fly? Would it
    make sense to allow users to specify how the images would be handled?

    Looking forward to seeing this in action,

    doug






    Ondra Koutek
    06/30/2004 05:52 PM
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    I would like to ask about the campsite addons. In my opinion it is about
    the time to make final decision how various campsite addons will be
    stored and handled.
    What I mean is following:
    1) The folder where all addons are stored
    2) The naming conventions (name of addon tables inside of campsite
    database etc.)
    3) The way of adding addon's specific user rights or including it to
    admin interface

    I open this topic for the reason TOL small addon features should be
    changed a little corresponding with the redesign and I would like to
    make them much closer to campsite.
    These features are:
    - Article Mover
    - Send article to friend
    - Online discussion

    Sideways I plan to have some external application (gallery) which should
    closely cooperate with campsite and may be I would instruct the
    developper team to make it as another addon.

    Ondra




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    As a big fan of Gallery, I would love to see it work through the PHP wrapper with Campsite. It's very widely used, and other CMSes (the Nuke clones come to mind quickly) have Gallery support.



    As I understand it, PHP gallery stores photos in static locations on the file system, but Campsite stores photos as blobs inside the MySQL database, in the images table.



    Ondro, would you have to make a choice at installation to use one method or the other for handling images, or could you choose on the fly? Would it make sense to allow users to specify how the images would be handled?



    Looking forward to seeing this in action,



    doug













    Ondra Koutek <kouteko@tol.cz>

    06/30/2004 05:52 PM

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    I would like to ask about the campsite addons. In my opinion it is about

    the time to make final decision how various campsite addons will be

    stored and handled.

    What I mean is following:

    1) The folder where all addons are stored

    2) The naming conventions (name of addon tables inside of campsite

    database etc.)

    3) The way of adding addon's specific user rights or including it to

    admin interface



    I open this topic for the reason TOL small addon features should be

    changed a little corresponding with the redesign and I would like to

    make them much closer to campsite.

    These features are:

    - Article Mover

    - Send article to friend

    - Online discussion



    Sideways I plan to have some external application (gallery) which should

    closely cooperate with campsite and may be I would instruct the

    developper team to make it as another addon.



    Ondra








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    I am thinking about Gallery in wider context. In my opinion it shall not =
    be the part of admin interface at all and method of storing pictures =
    shall not be connected to campsite at all. The reason is the different =
    purpose.
    My idea is:

    1) Base gallery - evidence of photographs and their personal info, each =
    photograph has a chance to upload pictures to kind of photoalbums with =
    comments. The visitor can access photoalbums through photographer's =
    profile.

    2) Virtual exhibition hall - Allows photographer to shedule an =
    exhibition

    The gallery shall have its folder (addon one) and each registered =
    photographer shall have own subfolder. In photographers subfolder will =
    be other folders depending on his albums.

    The connection to campsite:
    - It shall be able to make site in campsite annoncing new exhibition =
    (and add some picture from gallery to the article)
    - galery admin shall have a chance to choose if exhibition hall is free =
    or subscribers only
    - Photographer shall have a chance to choose if his albums are free or =
    subscribers only

    When I am thinking about the way how to link external pictures to =
    campsite, it would be nice to have "upload image" interface enabling =
    external url and copying the picture to campsite. It is because I plan =
    to have kind of limited space for photographers and during the time they =
    can delete albums and make picture no longer aviable.

    Ondra
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    From: Douglas.Arellanes@mdlf.org=20
    To: campsite-dev@campware.org=20
    Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 8:23 AM
    Subject: Re: [campsite-dev] Campsite Addons



    As a big fan of Gallery, I would love to see it work through the PHP =
    wrapper with Campsite. It's very widely used, and other CMSes (the Nuke =
    clones come to mind quickly) have Gallery support.=20

    As I understand it, PHP gallery stores photos in static locations on =
    the file system, but Campsite stores photos as blobs inside the MySQL =
    database, in the images table.=20

    Ondro, would you have to make a choice at installation to use one =
    method or the other for handling images, or could you choose on the fly? =
    Would it make sense to allow users to specify how the images would be =
    handled?=20

    Looking forward to seeing this in action,=20

    doug=20




    Ondra Koutek =20
    06/30/2004 05:52 PM=20
    Please respond to campsite-dev=20

    =20
    To: campsite-dev@campware.org=20
    cc: =20
    Subject: [campsite-dev] Campsite Addons=20



    I would like to ask about the campsite addons. In my opinion it is =
    about
    the time to make final decision how various campsite addons will be
    stored and handled.
    What I mean is following:
    1) The folder where all addons are stored
    2) The naming conventions (name of addon tables inside of campsite
    database etc.)
    3) The way of adding addon's specific user rights or including it to
    admin interface

    I open this topic for the reason TOL small addon features should be
    changed a little corresponding with the redesign and I would like to
    make them much closer to campsite.
    These features are:
    - Article Mover
    - Send article to friend
    - Online discussion

    Sideways I plan to have some external application (gallery) which =
    should
    closely cooperate with campsite and may be I would instruct the
    developper team to make it as another addon.

    Ondra




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    opinion it shall not be the part of admin interface at all and method of =
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    pictures shall not be connected to campsite at all. The reason is the =
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    purpose.

    My idea is:

     

    1) Base gallery - evidence of =
    photographs and their=20
    personal info, each photograph has a chance to upload pictures to kind =
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    photoalbums with comments. The visitor can access photoalbums through=20
    photographer's profile.

     

    2) Virtual exhibition hall - Allows =
    photographer to=20
    shedule an exhibition

     

    The gallery shall have its folder =
    (addon one) and=20
    each registered photographer shall have own subfolder. In photographers=20
    subfolder will be other folders depending on his albums.

     

    The connection to =
    campsite:

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    annoncing new exhibition (and add some picture from gallery to the=20
    article)

    - galery admin shall have a chance to =
    choose if=20
    exhibition hall is free or subscribers only

    - Photographer shall have a chance to =
    choose if his=20
    albums are free or subscribers only

     

    When I am thinking about the way how to =
    link=20
    external pictures to campsite, it would be nice to have "upload image" =
    interface=20
    enabling external url and copying the picture to campsite. It is because =
    I plan=20
    to have kind of limited space for photographers and during the time they =
    can=20
    delete albums and make picture no longer aviable.

     

    Ondra

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    As a big fan of =
    Gallery, I=20
    would love to see it work through the PHP wrapper with Campsite. It's =
    very=20
    widely used, and other CMSes (the Nuke clones come to mind quickly) =
    have=20
    Gallery support.


    As I =
    understand=20
    it, PHP gallery stores photos in static locations on the file system, =
    but=20
    Campsite stores photos as blobs inside the MySQL database, in the =
    images=20
    table.


    Ondro, would =
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    make a choice at installation to use one method or the other for =
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    images, or could you choose on the fly? Would it make sense to allow =
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    specify how the images would be handled?


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    Ondra Koutek=20
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    06/30/2004 05:52 PM =

    face=3Dsans-serif size=3D1>Please respond to campsite-dev =


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       campsite-dev@campware.org
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    face=3D"Courier New"=20
    size=3D2>I would like to ask about the campsite addons. In my opinion =
    it is=20
    about
    the time to make final decision how various campsite addons =
    will=20
    be
    stored and handled.
    What I mean is following:
    1) The =
    folder where=20
    all addons are stored
    2) The naming conventions (name of addon =
    tables=20
    inside of campsite
    database etc.)
    3) The way of adding addon's =
    specific=20
    user rights or including it to
    admin interface

    I open this =
    topic for=20
    the reason TOL small addon features should be
    changed a little=20
    corresponding with the redesign and I would like to
    make them much =
    closer=20
    to campsite.
    These features are:
    - Article Mover
    - Send =
    article to=20
    friend
    - Online discussion

    Sideways I plan to have some =
    external=20
    application (gallery) which should
    closely cooperate with campsite =
    and may=20
    be I would instruct the
    developper team to make it as another=20
    addon.

    Ondra





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  • > Ondro, would you have to make a choice at installation to use one method
    > or the other for handling images, or could you choose on the fly? Would it
    > make sense to allow users to specify how the images would be handled?
    In campsite 2.2 images will be stored in the file-system, not in the database.

    >
    > Looking forward to seeing this in action,
    >
    > doug
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Ondra Koutek
    > 06/30/2004 05:52 PM
    > Please respond to campsite-dev
    >
    >
    > To: campsite-dev@campware.org
    > cc:
    > Subject: [campsite-dev] Campsite Addons
    >
    >
    > I would like to ask about the campsite addons. In my opinion it is about
    > the time to make final decision how various campsite addons will be
    > stored and handled.
    > What I mean is following:
    > 1) The folder where all addons are stored
    > 2) The naming conventions (name of addon tables inside of campsite
    > database etc.)
    > 3) The way of adding addon's specific user rights or including it to
    > admin interface
    >
    > I open this topic for the reason TOL small addon features should be
    > changed a little corresponding with the redesign and I would like to
    > make them much closer to campsite.
    > These features are:
    > - Article Mover
    > - Send article to friend
    > - Online discussion
    >
    > Sideways I plan to have some external application (gallery) which should
    > closely cooperate with campsite and may be I would instruct the
    > developper team to make it as another addon.
    >
    > Ondra
    >
    >
    >
    >




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  • > The connection to campsite:
    > - It shall be able to make site in campsite annoncing new exhibition (and add
    > some picture from gallery to the article)
    You'll have this feature in 2.2

    > - galery admin shall have a chance to choose if exhibition hall is free or
    > subscribers only
    > - Photographer shall have a chance to choose if his albums are free or
    > subscribers only
    Not in the list of features, so not in the near future.

    Mugur




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  • This was not my wishlist, do not worry, I just wanted to makew some PHP scripts
    for this myself and I would like to have it connected to campsite so that
    campsite can benefit on these scripts.

    Ondra

    Cituji z emailu od Mugur Rus :

    > > The connection to campsite:
    > > - It shall be able to make site in campsite annoncing new exhibition (and
    > add
    > > some picture from gallery to the article)
    > You'll have this feature in 2.2
    >
    > > - galery admin shall have a chance to choose if exhibition hall is free or
    > > subscribers only
    > > - Photographer shall have a chance to choose if his albums are free or
    > > subscribers only
    > Not in the list of features, so not in the near future.
    >
    > Mugur
    >
    >
    >
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  • I searched freshmeat and foud this:
    http://coppermine.sf.net

    It looks nice to me and the template system is similar to PHPBB2
    As annonced, this gallery is used in PHPNuke and other CMSs, so why not to
    choose this one?
    It has described interface for connecting users and I believe it is possible to
    make some bridge between access to pictures in this gallery and campsite.
    As authors write, they allow user sync with PHPBB2 and it has the feature of
    discussion to each picture in the gallery. I did not check whether through its
    own software or through PHPBB2, but it should work.

    If this works well, I vote for making some interface "easy add pictures from
    this gallery to campsite article" and that would be it Smile

    Ondra

    Cituji z emailu od Douglas.Arellanes@mdlf.org:

    > As a big fan of Gallery, I would love to see it work through the PHP
    > wrapper with Campsite. It's very widely used, and other CMSes (the Nuke
    > clones come to mind quickly) have Gallery support.
    >
    > As I understand it, PHP gallery stores photos in static locations on the
    > file system, but Campsite stores photos as blobs inside the MySQL
    > database, in the images table.
    >
    > Ondro, would you have to make a choice at installation to use one method
    > or the other for handling images, or could you choose on the fly? Would it
    > make sense to allow users to specify how the images would be handled?
    >
    > Looking forward to seeing this in action,
    >
    > doug


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