Embed Piwigo now has a home on WordPress.org, and I’ve announced it on the Piwigo forum. And you’ll notice it’s got a new name! It seems that WordPress plugins aren’t allowed to begin with a trademark, so
piwigo-embeds was pooh-poohed and
embed-piwigo suggested instead.
Now I want to make sure the caching is okay, and figure out what the captions should contain. There might be other problems too.
I thought I’d help out and try to update the Flickr2Piwigo plugin to support OAuth, but having done so I now seem to have become a maintainer of the thing. So that’s good. I’ve just released version 1.3.0.
I’ll try to see to all the outstanding bug reports (well, there’s only one at the moment). And then perhaps add some extra features (support for approximate dates? automatic downloading? download of other people’s photos?).
I’ve just tagged version 4.1.0 of my new fork of the PhpFlickr package. It introduces oauth support, and hopefully improves the documentation of the user authentication process. This release deprecates some old behaviour, but I hope it doesn’t break any. Bug reports are welcome!
There are some parts that are still not converted to the new request flow, but I’ll get to them next.