[Cctools-cchost] [Clipart] Re: clipart Digest, Vol 31, Issue 5
fourstones.net at gmail.com
Thu Oct 5 21:44:57 PDT 2006
On 10/5/06, Jon Phillips <jon at rejon.org> wrote:
> > What should the process for putting these on OCAL be?
> > Should one upload the original raster image,
> > Then submit a remix of it as a clipart?
> Well, this reminds me we need no-upload and URL as types for upload in
> addition to straight uploading of files through the submission forms.
> This way, we can just link to their images.
(I know I've composed this mail before but it's hard to tell if it
ever made to the list)
'link only' importing from a feed, storing the metadata already
happens -- it's called 'sample pool' . I just say this (again?)
because trying to make a content manager work without the content is
stretching the purpose of the code too far, whereas the sample pools
are *exactly* for links to remote content where we don't know anything
other than what's in the feed (artist, title, url, license, etc.)
To do what you want should be a matter of exposing on a web page what
is already happening internally on a remix upload that searches and
references a remote sample pool feed.
Another example: It appears I have never checked it in but I have a
script that downloads the official CSV file from Magnatune of it's
entire catalog, and diffs and imports the new material it into the
Magnatune sample pool.
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