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  • Marko Novaković 12:47 pm on September 1, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    I have submitted my project to Google Code.

    Best Regards!

  • Mert Yazıcıoğlu 11:57 pm on August 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Hi everyone,

    Don’t forget to send your code to Google unless you are not interested in the final payment, the t-shirt and the certificate. There are only 4 of us uploaded so far, so I thought I should remind it ;)

  • Mihai Chereji 2:50 pm on August 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    My screencast 

    • scribu 10:13 pm on September 2, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Before closing the browser, you had 3 paragraphs. After recovering the post, you only have one. Surely that’s not expected behavior?

    • Mihai Chereji 12:51 am on September 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      That’s only a display bug, which I was aware of (not in track though) – tinymce shows the “raw” version of the post, but it saves the formatted version.

      Something which will be solved in 0.9.2 shortly :)

  • Stas Sușcov 2:35 pm on August 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    My video presentation, make sure you check the HD version.

    Sorry it took so long, I had some problems with the uploading and all that jazz.
    Make sure you visit the IRC channel on 2nd of Sept. where Ben and I will be showcasing stuff we wrote, asking questions and giving feedback about our GSoC2011 experience. :)

  • Wojtek Szkutnik 8:01 am on August 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Enhanced Emails – Screencase 

    I had an extremely busy week but here’s what I managed to cook up:

    Enhanced Emails – GSoC 2011 from Wojtek Szkutnik on Vimeo.

  • Mert Yazıcıoğlu 10:42 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

    WordPress Move – Screencast 

    I had some problems with recording sound but I think it is still crystal clear. As always, the best way to learn how to use it is actually using it. Since it already comes with a documentation explaining things in detail and on-screen explanations are also more than adequate, I did not feel the need to explain things over and over again.

    Things will be hopefully much simpler in the upcoming versions, so stay tuned! ;)

  • Jacob Gillespie 6:44 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    File Uploader Project Screencast 

    I cannot currently post to, so as per Andrea’s instructions, I’m posting this screencast here… enjoy! :)

    • Benjamin J. Balter 7:47 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      This looks awesome. Been using it for a bit now. Good stuff.

      Have a quick Q about post upload JavaScript event handling (to fire a custom event). Think I see a filter there, but got a little lost in the weeds. Got a second to chat? What’s the best way to contact you?

      • Jacob Gillespie 7:52 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Wrong reply first time :) Skype works well if that works for you – my Skype ID is jacobwg7600

    • Jacob Gillespie 7:48 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Skype works : jacobwg7600

    • Mert Yazıcıoğlu 10:44 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Nice job! Will 3.3 have this incorporated?

      • Jacob Gillespie 2:05 am on August 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        It should… I’m exciting to start using the max resize stuff on my client sites!

  • Ben Balter 1:06 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

    WP Document Revisions – Document Management and Version Control for WordPress 

    Proud to say I have released a stable 1.0 of WP Document Revisions, now available in the WordPress repository.

    For those just tuning in, WP Document Revisions is essentially three things:

    1. document management system (DMS), to track, store, and organize files of any format
    2. collaboration tool to empower teams to collaboratively draft, edit, and refine documents
    3. file hosting solution to publish and securely deliver files to a team, to clients, or to the public
    A brief screencast highlighting some of the top-level functionality through a typical use case is below. More information, including the full list of features and link to a code cookbook with some sample integrations is available on the WP Document Revisions plugin page.

    Questions? Comments? Would love to hear them below, otherwise, be sure to tune in to the IRC chat, this Friday, Sept. 2nd, at 16:00 UTC (Noon Eastern).

    • marv51 3:12 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Do you have any plans to implement a front end?

      • Benjamin J. Balter 3:18 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Yes and no. For a site I’m working on, I’m using a combination of two plugins I wrote for another project, count shortcode which can make a front end to browse documents, especially in coordination with a faceted search widget. Because documents are really posts, many built in WordPress features should work based on the query. You can modify it with a handful of filters or URL changes, e.g., ?post_type=document. Also of note, the code cookbook has an example of how to implement a shortcode of revisions.

  • Prasath Nadarajah 4:08 pm on August 28, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    WordPress web services screencast 

    • Dan 1:05 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Nice, we can use a lot of these in the mobile apps if these make it into core someday. Good job!

      • Prasath Nadarajah 3:42 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Dan,
        I have already added patches to the trunk.
        i would appreciate if you can have a look :)

        • Max Cutler 5:25 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink

          I’ve been digging through the patches and will have full notes by the review chat tomorrow.

          A quick question: what’s the point of wp.getSettings and wp.updateSettings? Are they really necessary when we already have wp.getOptions and wp.setOptions? Unless I’m missing something, I don’t see that the *Settings versions really add anything over the *Options versions…

    • Prasath Nadarajah 5:46 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      There two types of options with different permission levels.
      For example thumbnail size, image size information must be available for content writers.
      Currently there is no cap validation for this.

      But other information like admin mail id, mail server password must be validated against ‘manage_options’ cap. That is why i,m dividing options into to two categories and have two different methods.

      Blog_options – available for any users
      Admin_options – available only for users with ‘manage_options’ cap.

      To share admin_options in different functions i declared it as a global variable.
      When adding to the trunk it will initialized separately after initializing blog options.

      • Max Cutler 6:14 pm on August 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Instead of duplicating so much code, wouldn’t it make more sense to just add an ‘if’ statement to get/setOptions depending on which list of options the requested one falls in? And if it’s in admin_options, you do the manage_options cap check?

  • Marko Novaković 1:30 pm on August 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Language Packs – Update 17 (Final) – August, 25th, 2011 

    Thanks to all for cooperation on this project.

    I submitted thread in the WP Hackers list about my project.

    I have uploaded my screencast on WPTV.

    I want to praise my mentors Andrew Nacin and Nikolay Bachiyski, colleague Stas Suscov for helping in project application and Ofer Wald for helping in beta testing phase.

    I am looking forward to incorporate my project in WP core 3.3. and I am also open to become full time committer on the WP core.

    Best Regards

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