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    Difference between revisions of "Flickr Extension"

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    # mutante from http://s23.org/wiki
     
    # mutante from http://s23.org/wiki
     
    # inspired by "iX" magazine issue July 2006, p.62 article "Bildergeflimmer"
     
    # inspired by "iX" magazine issue July 2006, p.62 article "Bildergeflimmer"
    # greets to cosmea
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    # greets: cosmea,took,DrOwl,Kunda,Finn,hundfred,kdoz... and all of S23
       
     
    $wgExtensionFunctions[] = "wfFlickrExtension";
     
    $wgExtensionFunctions[] = "wfFlickrExtension";
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    # How many pictures to show , limit <= 10
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    # How many pictures to show , upper limit 10, if not good,set default to 3
      +
    # Make really sure the input is integer
     
    if (is_numeric($argv["limit"]) && $argv["limit"]>=0 && $argv["limit"] <=11) {
    +
    if (is_numeric($argv["limit"]) && is_int(intval($argv["limit"])) && $argv["limit"]>0 && $argv["limit"] <11) {
    $limit=$argv["limit"];
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    $limit=intval($argv["limit"]);
     
    } else {
     
    } else {
     
    $limit=3;
     
    $limit=3;
     
    }
     
    }
       
    # just in case
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    # What is the tag
     
    $input = mysql_escape_string($input);
     
    $input = mysql_escape_string($input);
       
     
    # If not too long, set Input Text as Tag
     
    # If not too long, set Input Text as Tag
     
     
    if (!is_string($input) || strlen($input)>255) {
     
    if (!is_string($input) || strlen($input)>255) {
     
    $input="error";
     
    $input="error";
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    require_once("phpFlickr.php");
     
    require_once("phpFlickr.php");
       
    $f = new phpFlickr("<Your FlickrAPI key here>");
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    $f = new phpFlickr("<your Flickr API key here>");
     
    $f->enableCache("fs","./flickr_cache");
     
    $f->enableCache("fs","./flickr_cache");
       
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    # get the X most interesting pictures for this tag
     
      +
    # get the X most interesting pictures for tag "flower"
     
    $photos_interesting = $f->photos_search(array("tags"=>"$tag", "sort"=>"interestingness-desc","per_page"=>$limit));
     
    $photos_interesting = $f->photos_search(array("tags"=>"$tag", "sort"=>"interestingness-desc","per_page"=>$limit));
       
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    return $output;
     
    return $output;
     
    }
     
    }
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    ?>
     
    ?>
     
    </pre>
     
    </pre>

    Revision as of 10:46, 21 June 2006

    I have written this little Mediawiki Extension to include Flickr thumbnails. This first example gets the X most interesting pictures (yes, Flickr really sorts like "sort"=>"interestingness-desc", by the users rating) for the tag you specify. You can use this to put some related pictures on Wiki pages that dont have pictures yet very quickly.

    What you type:

    <flickr>Leary</flickr>


    What you get:

    <flickr>Leary</flickr>

    What you type:

    <flickr limit=5>Fnord</flickr>


    What you get:

    <flickr limit=5>Fnord</flickr>

    The <flickr>-tag surrounds a keyword/Flickr Tag and optionally you can use limit to change the amount of thumbnails being shown, the maximum for tag-length is 255 chars and the maximum for limit is 10.

    This is possible due to using a) the Flickr API, b) phpFlickr, c) the Debian PHP-Pear packages and d) a nice article in the latest iX (german) magazine, issue July 2006, p. 62 called "Bildergeflimmer". We could call this a Flickr->Mediawiki Mashup (->same iX issue, p. 55). mutante 20:56, 18 June 2006 (CEST)

    Source

    <?php
    # Flickr > Mediawiki MashUp Test (Web 2.3)
    # mutante from http://s23.org/wiki
    # inspired by "iX" magazine issue July 2006, p.62  article "Bildergeflimmer"
    # greets: cosmea,took,DrOwl,Kunda,Finn,hundfred,kdoz... and all of S23
    
    $wgExtensionFunctions[] = "wfFlickrExtension";
    
    # extension hook callback function from mediawiki
    
    function wfFlickrExtension() {
    global $wgParser;
    $wgParser->setHook( "flickr", "renderFlickr" );
       }
    
    function renderFlickr( $input, $argv ) {
    global $wgOutputEncoding;
    
    
    # How many pictures to show , upper limit 10, if not good,set default to 3
    # Make really sure the input is integer 
    if (is_numeric($argv["limit"]) && is_int(intval($argv["limit"])) && $argv["limit"]>0 && $argv["limit"] <11) {
    $limit=intval($argv["limit"]);
    } else {
    $limit=3;
    }
    
    # What is the tag
    $input = mysql_escape_string($input);
    
    # If not too long, set Input Text as Tag
    if (!is_string($input) || strlen($input)>255) {
    $input="error";
    } else {
    $tag=$input;
    }
    
    require_once("phpFlickr.php");
    
    $f = new phpFlickr("<your Flickr API key here>");
    $f->enableCache("fs","./flickr_cache");
    
    
    # get the X most interesting pictures for tag "flower"
    $photos_interesting = $f->photos_search(array("tags"=>"$tag", "sort"=>"interestingness-desc","per_page"=>$limit));
    
    # output a table with the pictures
    
    $output="<table><tr><td colspan='$limit'>The $limit most interesting photos from Flickr for the tag <b>'$tag'</b></td></tr><t$
    if (is_array ($photos_interesting['photo']) && count($photos_interesting['photo'])>0) {
    foreach ($photos_interesting['photo'] as $photo) {
    $output.="<td><img border='0' alt='$photo[title]' " . " src=". $f->buildPhotoURL($photo, "Square") . "></td>";
    }
    $output.="</tr></table>";
    } else {
    $output="<i>Flickr Extension: no images found for tag <b>$input</b></i>";
    }
    return $output;
            }
    
    ?>
    

    As always, this is just a quick example, and can be heavily extended. Feel free to do so.

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