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Re: [GMG-Devel] MediaGoblin multi-file upload braindump/plans

From: Odin Hørthe Omdal
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] MediaGoblin multi-file upload braindump/plans
Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2013 12:22:24 +0100

I would urge you to try the Google+ uploader. Or even WordPress' new default uploader. I wonder why we don't show any tumbnails on the upload, that's a really nice and helpful feature. Makes the upload more fun too.

It's possible to do that client-side. You just take the files from the Drag'n'Drop and render them into a canvas each. Then you put the progress bar underneath them. :)

On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 3:44 PM, Christopher Allan Webber <address@hidden> wrote:
Heya Spaetz,

I agree, a "default settings" section would be nice to have.  I wonder
where to put it?  Right under the browse button with an arrow-style

Some sort of line like:

 | > Default settings                 |

And if you click it it expands a form that will fill in default values?

I'm down with such an addition, anyway.  My main hesitancy was I wasn't
sure how to get it into the design without possibly cluttering it up,
but I think I agree that we'd be cluttering up usage by not having it.

 - Chris

address@hidden writes:

> Hey, thanks for the update on the multi-file plan. THings looking
> good... BUT (there is always a "but"):
> Your plans do not include the possibility to assign a bunch of
> multi-uploads the same "tags", "license", or "add to collection".
> Often when I upload images of e.g. an event, I want to assign them the
> same tags ("Toronto, 2013"), give them the same license (e.g. a
> different one for my erotic shootings than for the summer holidays
> snapshots :-)), or add them to a single collection ("Trip to
> Middleearth").
> Would that fit somehow in the plans you have detailed :-)?
> Looking forward, as the multi-file CLI tools doesn't cut it yet for
> "users".
> Sebastian
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