By Allon Moritz on 2017-01-27 16:42 in New Media Manager Team

Thursday 26th January 2017 on Google Hangouts

Time: 19:30 CEST


List of Attendees Overview

 

Attendee

 

A

   

A

Allon Moritz (Lead)

CH

x

     

Marco Dings

NL

       

Yves Hoppe

DE

       

David Neukirchen

DE

x

     

Dawn Russell

US

X

     

Britta Stender

DK

       

Ufuk Avcu

DE

       

Dimitris Grammatiko

GR

 x

     

Jisse Reitsma

NL

       

Other Attendees:

na

       
           
           
           
           

 

To-dos

Name

Responsible

Status

GsoC Ideas

All

 

Image manipulation research

Yves

 

List view PR

David

No update

JS Resize

Dimitris

 

UI Mockups - Angular Integration

Britta - Dawn

 

 

General topics

Sprint London

As most developers from the New Media Manager team were in London, there was not much progress on the coding part.

UI Mockups

UI Mockups -  After presenting the designs to the Media Manager team on Sunday, we reworked the designs to reflect the work Ciran did for the Joomla 3.7 media manager. UX will review them tomorrow one last time. We’ll then send out the survey with the new images. We plan to run the survey for 1 week so we can move forward with recommendations to the media manager team. - Dawn

 

Link to 1st Draft of the Design Exploration Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XgpT1w6Tx1ODVJEXVsLt4GbaXlOA-mEHH0svA51ZlLM/edit?usp=sharing

Status on projects:

  • Drag & Drop Upload - Dimitris

    • No update

  • Reworked edit view with action plugins (Photo editor) - Yves

    • No update

  • Reworked List view and file browser - David

    • No update

  • Controller like Rest endpoints - Allon

    • No update

  • SVG support - Marco

    • No update

  • Remove iframe - Dimitris

    • No update

  • Adapt media form field - Allon

    • No update

Dev Topics:

  • Multipart as the common way to use file upload in a rest context. Google is doing it and other resources are explaining it as a possible way. Should we do it as well or leave the api context and do it the old way by using the PHP file upload techniques?

    • David, Dimitris and Allon agreed on multipart upload when we find a decent way to implement it, otherwise we go with base64.

  • Drag and drop vanilla or flow.js?

    • We(Dimitris) will do it with Vanilla.

  • Move js libs to media folder?

    • We leave it in media/com_media.

    • We don’t want to split the js app into two parts.

    • That it is clear that they should belong to com_media and not globally to core.

  • Were discussing the integration of the action plugins into TinyMCE.