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#25 FIXED A nice looking basic theme Jef van Schendel Christopher Allan Webber
Description
We need some sort of theme, any kind of theme :)

Some stuff mentioned here:
`http://docs.mediagoblin.org/vision.html#look-and-feel <http://docs.mediagoblin.org/vision.html#look-and-feel>`_

but admittedly that's a bit vaporous. I'd love it if we could have
a base theme that's dark, kind of tango-ish in colors and icons
(could even use tango icons!) etc.



#26 FIXED fix hacking howto setup for fedora 15 Christopher Allan Webber Will Kahn-Greene
Description
The setup bits in the hacking howto don't work on Fedora 15.

Jef gets this when he runs python bootstrap.py && bin/buildout:

::

    Develop: '/home/jef/mediagoblin/.'
    Develop distribution: Paste 1.7.5.1
    uses namespace packages but the distribution does not require setuptools.
    Uninstalling make_user_dev_dirs.
    Updating mediagoblin.
    Develop distribution: Paste 1.7.5.1
    uses namespace packages but the distribution does not require setuptools.
    Installing make_user_dev_dirs.

curious
schendje: is that the entire output from buildout?
or just a snippet
that's everything
okay, yes, something's wrong then
schendje: I'll look into this... I guess if you like, you can not
worry about it and just design into a plain html file and I can
incorporate it

What should happen is that running that command downloads all the
requirements and builds an environment to run GNU MediaGoblin in.

Making this an issue for 0.0.2.



#27 fixed API Support for Mobile Uploads joar Blaise Alleyne
Description
This might be a bit broad and/or already considered elsewhere, but
having API support to upload media from third-party clients
(especially on mobile computers) would be a killer feature. For
example, on my N900, Maemo has share plugins which support Flickr,
Twitpic, etc., and integrate well into the build in camera
software.

StatusNet implemented the Twitter API to allow for broad support,
but I'm only familiar with Flickr, not so much Picasa or Deviant
Art or other platforms. Would it make sense to implement (parts of)
the Flickr API here to benefit from that same kind of support? Is
there another API to consider? Or does it make more sense to create
something new?

`http://www.flickr.com/services/api/ <http://www.flickr.com/services/api/>`_

The feature request end goal is having some kind of API support for
third-party upload clients, especially on mobile devices. Not sure
if this has been considered, or what the best way to do this is.



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