Ticket #97 (closed task: fixed)
Make Plumi compatible with Miro player search bar
|Reported by:||andycat||Owned by:|
|Who will test this:||And|
To add to this search bar you need to construct a simple XML file describing how to get the search result as RSS2 with enclosures (see below)
Two problems to get this to really work ;)
- For video downloading to work properly in Miro , the search RSS neeed
to have working enclosures - something which isnt present in the 'out of the box' Plone - so the for instance, the EM example below gets results
- but cant see the thumbnails , or download the video -
This does work for Miro, using EM, if you manually add the RSS2 link for the site (and yes yes , also only if the site is running fast that day sigh)
Similarly for the drupal system that ifiwatch.tv is using.
- atm, these files need to be added in the system - and Miro restarted
- for you to replicate this on a standard miro install.
On linux, using debian, the file path is : /usr/share/miro/resources/searchengines
For other systems, i have no idea, but probably something very similar. instance_location/resources/searchengines/
Basically, for real users to use this - we would need to get these files accepted into the upstream Miro distrobution - or build our own binary installers, for all platforms - and offer that for download on transmission.cc site.
andy at aleph:/usr/share/miro/resources/searchengines$ cat engagemedia.xml <searchengine>
<id>engagemedia</id> <displayname>EngageMedia</displayname> <url> http://www.engagemedia.org/search_rss?SearchableText=%
s&Title=&Subject_usage% 3Aignore_empty=&Description=&created%3Alist%3Adate=1970%2F02% 2F01&created_usage=range%3Amin&portal_type% 3Alist=ATEngageVideo&Creator=&review_state% 3Alist=published&submit=Search</url>
andy at aleph:/usr/share/miro/resources/searchengines$ cat ifiwatch.xml
- Priority changed from major to minor
- Component changed from ATEngageVideo to Vodcasting