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#1 2018-07-26 14:51:58

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Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

Hi Piwigo contributors,

A lot has happened since Piwigo 2.9. I mainly mean the new piwigo.org, which is a big project in itself and took me away from coding on Piwigo.

I have few things in preparation:

* "related albums", a bit like "related tags" [Github] Piwigo issue #626 A part will be implemented in Piwigo core, another one in a plugin. We have a project with pasigraphia about this feature. I will open a dedicated topic to show you what it looks like.

* check prerequisites (PHP/MySQL) before update. Already implemented by Maxime a few months ago, I need to review the Pull-Request and merge it on master. See [Github] Piwigo issue #583 and https://github.com/Piwigo/Piwigo/pull/769

* test script [Github] Piwigo issue #819 and https://github.com/Piwigo/Piwigo/pull/820

* log admin actions [Github] Piwigo issue #552

* next step in design refresh for the administration (before a much bigger step with Piwigo 3.0). I'm working on it with Samuel (intern for this summer)

I try to have a 2.10.0beta1 for the end of august (followed by beta2, RC1, RC2) and 2.10.0 for the end of septembre. I know that's short, but most of the code has already been done :-) Then I will happily work on Piwigo 3.0


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#2 2018-07-27 02:51:58

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

Looking forward to it!

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#3 2018-07-28 05:38:44

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

I am most interested in this "related albums" feature, even though I have to admit I don't fully understand it.

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#4 2018-07-29 10:51:22

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

Could you please add to your to-do list https://github.com/Piwigo/Piwigo/pull/810 and [Github] Piwigo issue #899 ?


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#5 2018-07-29 19:04:54

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

cryopad wrote:

Could you please add to your to-do list https://github.com/Piwigo/Piwigo/pull/810 and [Github] Piwigo issue #899 ?

Yes, those are small changes (compared to the one I listed in my first mesage)


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#6 2018-07-31 19:47:47

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

What are your plans in terms of development of 3.0? Any new architectural decisions or major new features or breaking API changes you are thinking of going with?

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#7 2018-08-01 14:44:50

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

eberkund wrote:

What are your plans in terms of development of 3.0? Any new architectural decisions or major new features or breaking API changes you are thinking of going with?

Administration redesign, and not only color/margin/border changes ;-) I'm talking about an UX redesign for main features (album management, upload, photo batch management). Technically, moving to Bootstrap framework, using more Piwigo API (instead of "old style" forms) as we do in current (2.9) user manager.


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#8 2018-08-01 21:44:48

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

Cool, Bootstrap is definitely awesome and will be a big improvement in maintainability and functionality.

What about for the backend? When you say you plan more use APIs instead of forms are you talking about moving some functionality to JavaScript?

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#9 2018-08-28 11:37:24

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

eberkund wrote:

What about for the backend? When you say you plan more use APIs instead of forms are you talking about moving some functionality to JavaScript?

I mean instead of reloading the whole page to validate a form, like on album edition page in Piwigo 2.9, using an Ajax request to an API method instead. Like we currently have on the user administration page, when you save user settings: it calls pwg.users.setInfo API method with an Ajax request.


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#10 2019-02-02 14:37:20

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

Dear Piwigo-developer(s),

I'm looking forward using the next version of Piwigo 2.10.x - do you have an idea when a solid version will be published? What about the German language add-on?

Particularly I would appreciate if Piwigo could be used with PHP 7.3 - so what about the server conditions?

Thanks for your fantastic work
Markus Stein

my Piwigo-site: http://uniformenportal.de

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#11 2019-02-02 18:30:44

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

You can watch the progress on Github
https://github.com/Piwigo
ver 2.9.5 is 50% complete
ver 2.10b is 21% complete

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#12 2019-02-02 18:52:05

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

Thank you for the link - and does the new version support PHP 7.3?

Greetings from Germany
Markus Stein

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#13 2019-02-03 05:04:34

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

7.3?  It's still newborn baby. Did they add some remarkable feature?


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#14 2019-02-03 09:01:04

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Re: Piwigo 2.10 in preparation

executive wrote:

7.3?  It's still newborn baby. Did they add some remarkable feature?

LOL at the graphs. Anything below 7.1 is insane.
http://php.net/supported-versions.php

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#15 2019-02-03 22:32:48

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It's not that insane if you have a static setup. If it's working for somebody without problem, and they don't need support, and don't particularly care about security ... why upgrade and risk breaking something?

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