I think that you will find that the upcoming database module will do a good job of this.
Anyone else want to chime in?
Should be ready in a week or so.
just about finished with Gallery2 integration
That will be so cool!
I thought Californians were supposed to be laid back, but you guys are amazingly productive.
Must be the good wine, huh?
Have you finished with Gallery2? Thanks for working on it.
Yes, we Californians can achieve great things, can't we?
Was wondering if you would be kind enough to give us an update on how things are going with the great work you guys at Humboldt are doing in particular Gallery2 integration, time tracking and tasks.
At the moment I sense a growing push from people above me in my organisation towards MS Sharepoint, this comes after an abysmal attempt at using the Lotus suite of products (a two year pilot that failed dismally due to lack of commitment and support from our IT department).
I believe I can satisfy our requirements with Moodle and a few modules contributed such as the above and was hoping to have a fully working demo by the end of the month to try and cut them off at the pass
At the moment everyone is very impressed with the course we have run through Moodle (which has probably saved around AU$3K as we didn't have to run face to face courses) so why they insist on heading towards another proprietary product beats me!
Gallery2 in Moodle.
Use it at the moment but without that last little technical detail - integration.
So, looking forward to yet another great addition from Humboldt.
would it be ready before or after moodle 1.6?
strings enclosed in double square brackets are a sure sign of a missing language pack.
Have you uploaded the lang/en/gallery.php file and placed it inside the moodle/lang/en folder of your installation?
However, now I am running into another problem. I went to the settings, set the path to my moodle site, and saved the settings. However, when I try to create a gallery, I get this error message:
Please go to Admin → Modules → Gallery Settings to configure the Gallery Module.
The main thread for the Gallery module is here. Perhaps the info you need is in there.
It only works with Gallery 2.0x, it doesn't (yet) work with Gallery 2.1. Can you check the version of Gallery you have installed?
What happens when you visit the gallery settings page to configure the gallery module?
I installed gallery2.0.4 with moodle 1.5.3 and I'm about to upgrade to 1.6.1 and am hoping that all hell won't break loose. ;)
I worry that those errors will be trouble in the future, but time will tell I suppose. *shrug*
However, even though I'm positive the permissions on all the gallery related files are correct, clicking on "Galleries" (one down from viewing an individual gallery in Moodle) it claims that index.php is "not found". In other words: you can't go to http://moodledomain/mod/gallery/ or http://moodledomain/mod/gallery/index.php
Any ideas what I might have overlooked?