Revision 0.2 (2022-01-08)
About: Piwigo plugin to suggest tags on image (using external API).
* Install the plugin on your Piwigo
* Create an Imagga Account on https://imagga.com/auth/signup
* Enter your api token and api secret on the plugin configuration page
* Go to an image modification page and click on the little robot next to the tags input
* Generate tags, select the ones you want and apply them
As this plugin use an external API, we cannot assure you that your data will not be used or sold. I recommend you to check the data policy of each external API you use with this plugin.
Changes: Add a new batch manager action that applies generated tags on several images.
Minor bug fixes.
Revision 2.10.a (2020-11-19)
About: add method pwg.images.uploadAsync (to be integrated into Piwigo core 11)
This method supports randomly sorted chunks and automatically merges chunks once all received.
Originally designed to work with the iOS app for background upload, but can be used by any third party app.
Changes: Initial revision. Works with both Piwigo 2.10 and the upcoming version 11
Revision 0.2.0 (2020-05-18)
About: The Batch Custom Derivatives plugin adds a new action to the
photo batch manager labeled "Generate custom image size" which creates
any missing registered custom derivative images. The plugin also
adds two WebService APIs to support the new batch action.
The install also includes a Perl script called piwigo_deriv.pl
that allows the creation of either regular or custom derivative
images directly from the command line (or as a background cron job).
New WebService APIs:
- bcd.getMissingCustomDerivatives (Admin only)
Changes: piwigo_deriv.pl updated to support multiple actions, flexible types parameters, and cleaner output when verbose.
Also, release tagged to be compatible with Piwigo version checking.
Revision v1.0 (2013-08-24)
About: Enables the management of users and groups through the WebService API. Once installed, the following web service API methods are available:
This plugin also includes the following methods (requires Icy Modify Picture plugin)
More details on using the Piwigo API are here: http://piwigo.org/doc/doku.php?id=dev:webapi:start
Changes: This plugin provides the functionality to administrate users and groups using the web services api.