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|#34||FIXED||write up instructions in hackinghowto for virtualenv|
Using buildout has some problems. So we need to write up instructions in the hacking howto for setting up a build/development environment using virtualenv --no-site-packages.
|#35||FIXED||A workspace for processing media: "Operating table" / "workbench" etc|
We have a storage backend that supports multiple media types, but it's possible that certain types of media might require local files to be processed through locally. For example, maybe we'll need to have a local copy of a movie before we do transcoding. Etc. Maybe it would be helpful to create a BasicFileStorage instance that writes to a directory either made in /tmp/ or user specified somewhere else (could default to ./user\_dev/media/operating\_table/ in the config, but if completely not found in the config, could make a temporary directory to dump things in?), but which keeps non-permanent copies of files and local instances that will allow the files to be "operated" on while moving from the queue\_storage -> public\_storage during processing.
|#36||FIXED||Need a way to generate slugs for media entries, etc|
We need to be able to generate URL slugs for media entries. I'd really like to use `http://flask.pocoo.org/snippets/5/ <http://flask.pocoo.org/snippets/5/>`_ but have to clear it with the FSF that that public domain assertion is okay for our codebase and to merge. Regardless, we need to generate slugs for each entry anyway. Probably during the submission phase after setting the title there should be an entry.generate\_slug() method which sets the slug on the MediaEntry instance. This way we have a nice way of accessing for example the fictional address: [http://mediagoblin.example.org/\ :sub:`cwebber/w/a-walk-in-the-park/](http://mediagoblin.example.org/`\ cwebber/w/a-walk-in-the-park/) that last bit of the URL being the entry slug.
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