Sorry Johan, I got caught up and didn't reply to this (I think :-)
Johan Bevemyr wrote:
>>I'm thinking about putting my photos online using yaws (rather than
>><http://freshmeat.net/redir/album/181/url_homepage/album>). I've noticed
>>a few additions to the wiki to support thumbnails and slideshows,
>>although it doesn't appear to all be there (specifically slideShow.yaws
>Sorry, missed to add that file and some gifs too. I've now
>added them to sourceforge. You will have to cvs update the
>application/wiki/src and application/wiki/wiki directories.
>Sure, I've set up a demo site at show.bevemyr.com. The way
>it works is that you add a bunch of files (gifs or jpegs) to
>a page, and then add the text slideshow:<linkname> to the text.
>When you hit the <linkname> you will get to see the first picture
>(reduced to max 400x400 pixels) and the files description text
>below the picture. You will also get a bunch of icons at the top
>back, forward, thumbnail index and camera (the icons are pretty
>ugly so feel free to contribute with prettier ones :-).
>If you click on the picture you will get it in its natrual size
>in a separate window.
>All thumbnails and 400x400 pictures are converted using 'convert'
>and cached in the .files directory.
>A very useful command when importing large number of files to a
>page is importFiles <path to wob file>. Just copy the files into
>the <page>.files directory and run the importFiles script.
Nice photos. I like the approach, although I'm not sure if I'm going to
use it, I'm either going to use Gallery (as Carsten suggested) or
reimplement Gallery in Erlang (cos its fun). If I reimplement it I think
I will support their client protocol so the Gallery front ends work.
Thanks a lot,