Re: [bolger] Re: Help please...Bolger photo catalog
- On 8/24/07, Stefan Probst <email@example.com> wrote:
>I don't view these features as 'mine'. Only a first stab to get
> But are the Flickr tags not essential to a number of your features?
things going. The embedded Flickr element was just something that was
easy quick and free. Other things not using Flickr, are welcome..
> Looks like wikidot doesn't provide a database (mySQL or similar).I actually am comfortable with the idea of using a database. Maybe we
can find somewhere collaborative that uses a database 'free', with a
Creative Commons license.
> unless other not-database driven features come in, like articles.Yes, I think a Wiki, like Wiki Dot would work as place to collect
together 'articles', such as cutting and pasting favorite messages
better than other options which I presently see.
> Most people wouldn't put a restriction on the designer in the firstWell, a database could easily be viewed as 'one designer' or 'several
> place, so why make the database only for one designer and not open to all?
designers' depending on the query, so I see no real problem.
>I am open to working in a database, I just don't know of an 'open'
> And a simple, but working thing is always better than a complicated
> thing in dreamland ;)
database to use in a Creative Commons license environment.
> > For a skilled programmer that should be very easy to pull together,Just think how cool it would be to help with visualization of hull
> > know anybody willing to tackle this?
> Well, somebody trying this might start with deleting all the GUI parts
> in Delphi's GUI editor, compile it, and see what happens ...
shapes to be able to rotate them in 360 degrees in a browser!