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Journal plugin?


Anonymous

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I downloaded the "journal" plugin just to see what it is, and the README talks about it being a photo albumn plugin, and then it gives instructions about files which do not even exist. Am I correct that this plugin is "insane"? It looks like maybe someone copied a template but did not update the README or something. And BTW, where do I get the photo albumn plugin? (Now that my interest has been piqued) I still only see 3 plugins on the site for geeklog. thanks, -Alan

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Tony

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Not working. Since creating the Journal Plugin, the Geeklog Plugin API has changed a bit, thus, breaking the journal plugin. I didn't get any feedback that anyone liked or even used it so i stopped working on it and continued forward with Geeklog coding. If any of you want it, please comment now otherwise this plugins will die by the wayside. ----- The reason people blame things on previous generations is that there's only one other choice.
The reason people blame things on previous generations is that there's only one other choice.

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efarmboy

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Tony, Do you have an example running anywhere or a sample image to show. Possibly, there is a readme that I should be looking for to give me more details. Blaine

Anonymous

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I don't how many people out there would like to see the Journal working, but I would. And since I'm not logged in, here's who am I: Horacio Salazar [horacios@intercable.net] [horacio@daniloblack.com]. Please advise: should I expect a reply or else should I forget about the whole thing? Thanks in advance!

Anonymous

Anonymous
I think a photo album would be a fantastic plugin. If you don't want to continue development, give it to me. It might take me a few months to get to it, but I would definitely use that plugin! -Chris Tulino admin@christulino.com

Anonymous

Anonymous
The code is at: <a href="http://sf.net/projects/geeklogplugins">http://sf.net/projects/geeklogplugins</a> Again, it's API implementation is out of date but could be made workable within a day or two by someone with PHP skillz and an understanding of GL code libraries.

Anonymous

Anonymous
I've only been working on it for about an hour and it workable now. I think all that's left to do is rework printjournalentry function. Check it out http://www.gxblock.com

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