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#1 2010-09-03 22:35:09

gjtoth
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Photo organizer

Aside from DigiKam, is anyone aware of any other photo organizer that interfaces with Piwigo?

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#2 2010-09-03 22:40:06

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Re: Photo organizer

None, as far as I know (and I think I know).

I'm in contact with a Lightroom plugin developer but he has not started yet.

It would be nice to have Picasa, iPhoto and Shotwell. If a developer is interested, don't hesitate to contact me :-)


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#3 2010-09-03 22:45:18

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Re: Photo organizer

Thanks.  I'm still using DigiKam but I had to downgrade to Ubuntu 9.10 because my machine refuses to run 10.04.  Karmic installs DigiKam 1.0.0 and the Kipi Plugins do not have the Piwigo exporter.  I've managed to upgrade to DigiKam version 1.2.0 but the Kipi plugins will not upgrade to the same version (1.2.0).  I have tried to install them separately but I'm not familiar with CMake and I'm not having much success.

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#4 2010-09-03 22:47:15

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Re: Photo organizer

Well, pLoader may be a solution for you? [Administration > Photos > Add > Piwigo Uploader]


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#5 2010-09-03 22:49:16

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Re: Photo organizer

plg wrote:

Well, pLoader may be a solution for you? [Administration > Photos > Add > Piwigo Uploader]

I really liked pLoader 1.5 however, it doesn't seem to want to run on a 64-bit machine.  Any suggestions?

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#6 2010-09-03 23:15:32

plg
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Re: Photo organizer

gjtoth wrote:

I really liked pLoader 1.5 however, it doesn't seem to want to run on a 64-bit machine.  Any suggestions?

We found the solution to make pLoader work, other readers can have details on [Forum, post 115746 by gjtoth in topic 16392] pLoader under 64-bit OS


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#7 2010-09-30 23:09:29

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Re: Photo organizer

Hello , does anybody started working on shotwell plugin? It's the best target I thing as itwill be the defaut app for at least 1% of the worldwide users :-)

I guess we could get inspired by the picasa connector

http://trac.yorba.org/browser/shotwell/ … ector.vala

 

#8 2010-10-01 22:55:44

plg
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Re: Photo organizer

freechelmi wrote:

Hello , does anybody started working on shotwell plugin?

As fas as I know, no work has been done concerning Shotwell :-( I would be glad to help someone interested in coding an export plugin.

freechelmi wrote:

It's the best target I think as it will be the defaut app for at least 1% of the worldwide users :-)

1% is not big part of the "target" but these 1% are concerned about free software and opensource.


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#9 2010-10-08 14:40:04

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Re: Photo organizer

great ! I saw your message on the shotwell ML and the ticket opened. I don't know vala but will give a try in the coming months, because I really need this.

the publishing model is well defined on the shotwell side

http://trac.yorba.org/wiki/ShotwellArchPhotoPublishing

And I would use

http://fr.piwigo.org/doc/doku.php?id=pr … ;s=control

for Piwigo

 

#10 2010-10-08 14:47:26

plg
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Re: Photo organizer

freechelmi wrote:

great ! I saw your message on the shotwell ML and the ticket opened.

Yes, at least one person replied he would be interested, see Maciej Rumianowski reply.

freechelmi wrote:

I don't know vala but will give a try in the coming months, because I really need this.

Nice to read this.

freechelmi wrote:

And I would use  http://fr.piwigo.org/doc/doku.php?id=pr … ;s=control for Piwigo

You'd better try this [wiki] pwg.images.add & pwg.images.addChunk if you want to use the advanced method or [wiki] pwg.images.addSimple if you want to make your life simpler (much simpler in fact). My advice is to start with pwg.images.addSimple just to get something working very fast and then implement the pwg.images.add method instead to get more control on resize settings.


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#11 2010-10-26 02:48:24

guillaumev
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Re: Photo organizer

Hi,

I would be interested to help on this. Can someone give me updates on the status of this ? Has it been started ? Is there any code that's been published in a repository ?

Thanks.

 

#12 2010-10-26 09:25:21

plg
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Re: Photo organizer

Hi guillaumev,

There is a feature request registered on the Shotwell bugtracker: Piwigo publishing. As far as I understand, it is currently owned by nobody, so I suppose no work has been done yet, even if Maciej Rumianowski is following the feature request and said he was interested.

I advise you to post a reply on the shotwell mailing-list to get the best possible update.

Don't hesitate to ask many questions before coding :-)


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#13 2010-10-26 17:35:01

guillaumev
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Re: Photo organizer

Thanks ! I will do a few tests on my side and, whenever I get an alpha version, that more or less works, will ask to own the feature request and publish my code.

I will keep you updated.

 

#14 2010-10-27 20:02:43

guillaumev
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2010-10-27
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Re: Photo organizer

Hi,

First question: it seems that the pwg.session.login does not return any auth token. Maybe I'm wrong somewhere, but I think the pwg.session.login method should return an auth token which should be bound to the session, because in the case of browsers, yes, cookies can be used, but in the case of desktop applications like shotwell...

Please let me know what you think...

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#15 2010-10-27 20:51:17

plg
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Re: Photo organizer

The authentication token was added in the pwg.session.getStatus method for future version 2.1.4, see [Bugtracker, ticket 1756, fixed] [pwg.session.getStatus] returns the security token but you don't need it for photo upload.

If you look at the Perl example given on [wiki] pwg.images.addSimple documentation, the web browser agent is able to store a cookie:

Code:

my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new;
$ua->cookie_jar({});

and that is enough to tell Piwigo that the next HTTP request will be authentified at Piwigo level.


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