Gallery Archive creates a zipped archive file of all the highest-resolution images in a Views Gallery image gallery. Users with the appropriate permission are able to download this archive.
This module will be able to provide archives of image galleries using the node-as-a-gallery approach as well (where you have one node with a multi-image imagefield).
This module will also be able to create either a .zip archive, or a .tar.gz archive (configured on the settings page), depending on whether your server has PHP compiled with the --enable-zip option.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsOpen Media Playback ServersBy lkacenja on the 18th of October, 2010
Open Media Playback Servers provides a centralized location for all playback server specific functionality. This module is part of the Open Media Project Suite. Read more here. The current version offers add and update show/airing functionality for Tightrope Cablecast and Telvue Princeton playback servers. An administration area is also under construction. Currently, you must have created a 'channel' vocabulary and channel feed, prior to enabling. Then the module allows you to map channel numbers to feeds. om_playback_servers_princeton also contains missing_files_listener.php a script for cron to avoid having to bulk transfer files on scheduling. Here are a few improvements we hope to accomplish soon:
Delete functionality for Princeton server type.
A unified administration area, combining the 'playback server' content type with this module's functionality.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsUC SecurePayTechBy jonathan_hunt on the 18th of October, 2010
An Ubercart credit card payment option for the SecurePayTech.com Hosted Payment Page (New Zealand). See http://SecurePayTech.com
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsPhonoBy jacobroufa on the 17th of October, 2010
Using the Phono API, this builds a CCK formatter for the Phone field.
Tidy up the appearance. Right now this is a very basic proof of concept.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsViews Google Gadget PluginBy Bastlynn on the 17th of October, 2010
The Views Google gadget module allows you to create views to be displayed in a Google gadget. These gadgets allow you to expose your site information to the iGoogle homepage as well as other Google locations.
Note: This implementation is of type url. The views are url content referenced by a XML definition.
See: Google Gadget Documentation: Content Types
Why? Because we need to be able to login to control the user access to the view. HTML content types are not user aware. Available means of logging a user in from a Google gadget are insufficient for general use.
See: Google Gadget Documentation: Cookies
For more information:
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