Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of Ticket #34

12/03/10 01:21:07 (7 years ago)

Mike suggests using the same PlumiVideo? content type, with option to add link / embed code instead of upload a file (but still be able to differentiate these videos from normal videos, and thus list them differently on the site), and also to split off the changes to publish form into another ticket.

Ticket for changes to publish form:


  • Ticket #34 – Description

    v10 v11  
    33This will enable broader sharing of content. Videomakers will not have to re-upload their video to another site (the Plumi site) if they have already done so elsewhere. It will also allow site editors to curate content from other sites into a Plumi site. 
    5  * external videos offered as a different content type to ordinary videos 
    6  * collect same metadata set - but create a different publish form, (also as a test of changing the ordinary video publish form) to make most of the non-fields in Step 1 appear in an "Advanced" section (hidden with Ajax until selected) to make the publish form less daunting 
    7  * make this new Publish form one page only 
    8  * instead of the browse/upload file widget, include a space for the embed code from Vimeo, Youtube or other site 
    9  * include the option to not add an open content license to the work (to enable freer curating of external content) 
    10  * include required radio button choice * i am the creator of this video * i am NOT the creator of this video (if they are the creator, then the video is listed along with other videos on their author page - if they are NOT then the video is listed in another section "other videos i have added") 
    11  * change taxonomy collections to include this new content type, so these videos can be listed along with ordinary videos on the site 
     5 * external videos offered as same content type as ordinary videos, but instead of uploading a video the user can add a link / embed code from Vimeo, Youtube or other site 
     7 * ability to list external videos separately from normal videos on the site (not sure yet in which listings we need to differentiate them)