On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 1:14 PM, AndrewRH wrote:
> Andrew Reeves-Hall sent a message using the contact form at http://piwigo.org/contact.
> Someone referenced Piwigo over on the discussion about the new Gallery
> 3 tool (soon in beta; is follow-up to Gallery 2).
> I wonder if you will be considering making a plug-in for Gallery 3 - esp.
> the calendar feature?
> http://gallery.menalto.com/gallery_3.0_ … ent-306312
Can you create a topic in the forum http://piwigo.org/forum?
This discussion may certainly be interesting outside Piwigo team :-)
I hope to read you soon on Piwigo forum!
Pierrick LE GALL
I read it like you (and I didn't want to look Gallery 3 code at all, just to keep Piwigo as much original we can).
Ah! I was tricked into posting here then! :-)
I also come from a starting point of naivety about Piwigo and what it is. You see I had been using Coppermine for years on my personal blog and got tired of the difficult update procedure (for there were always, so it seemed, another security fix to apply). I had been hunting for a replacement when I stumbled onto Gallery. I've been waiting patiently while they get Gallery3 out of Alpha (still waiting).
So...I have now installed Piwigo to give it a whirl. I'll probably install Gallery3 on a different site that I manage; just to compare the two.
Must say that its nice to have a bit of one-up-manship to keep tools getting better and better.
Please forgive me if I wandered into a hornet's nest....
We are interested in your conclusions...
You are welcome to come back in all case.
And maybe someone else can be interrested in conclusions and then could build a plugin for interact both galleries.
(But not us... for reasons above).
Thanks for coming back.
(" hornet's nest...." : I like this, were you affraid so much? We like to play first... ;-) )