This group is where users and developers of the Knight sponsored Open Media Project share information, discussions, and documentation. The Open Media Project is both a suite of modules based on the system developed by Denver Open Media and the group of 7 development partners who are contributing development, testing, documentation, training or other resources to make the Open Media modules more usable for both the PEG and Drupal communities.
The primary goal of the Open Media Project is to leverage Drupal to give local communities more control over their public access channel. The system will build on several existing modules and maintain the suite of new modules through Drupal's CVS. This is a different approach than most of the previous investments the PEG community has made in Drupal. We are also committed to developing modules that are flexible enough for a variety of uses beyond public access channels.
Over the past few weeks as 2013 wound down and a new year spun up, I was feeling compelled to open up a conversation about the Community Media Drupal / CiviCRM kits.
I'm curious to hear about how organizations and individuals are faring with this solution for managing community media organizations and their video content. And I would like to know every instance of an organization using this software. I really hope that the adoption of these Starterkits has grown.Read more
Have you heard....there is a lot of energy being put into pushing the Community Media Drupal kits towards a Pantheon installation.
Because community media organizations have full workloads. Our hands are dirty in real grassroots work - few of us have the budget to support the development needed for the Community Media Starter Kits. I'm not one to just advocate that one solution can solve all our web hosting problems - but this Pantheon thing looks pretty close.
How do we get there?Read more
At the ACM session this morning, Tony Shawcross (@deproduciton) demo'ed a "Granicus killer" feature and stated that ALL the code the OMF has developed is on Drupal.org. Where can we find the "clickable agenda" code?
@emilyf has been working on http://drupal.org/project/cue_builder for RETN
@raytiley and I developed the first release of on http://drupal.org/project/media_archive last yearRead more
My name is Joe Meersman, I was hired on at the end of last year by the Open Media Foundation (OMF) in Denver to start work on a new incarnation of the Open Media Project (OMP). As many of you know, the history of the OMP is full of successes and failures. My ultimate goal with the Drupal 7 version, is to get rid of as many of the failures as we can, and make the things that worked well work better. Easier said than done, I know, but where would we be without the evolutionary process?Read more
Could someone explain what Open Media is?
I am interested in creating a social network using the Media module where people can post videos and photos.
Is this possible with Open media or the related modules?
Thanks for your time
looking for a module, but whichever?
I'm looking for the module characteristics;
user of its own making content for;
-----Setting up user--------------------------
a) everyone can views
b) nobody can views
c) only give users permission (select user name)
I hope there is such a module,
...thank you very much
Sayfa adlı bir içerik türü var. Her kullanıcı bu sayfa içerik türünden ekleme yapabiliyor.Read more
Many of the current maintainers of the Media module are meeting for a week-long sprint in Chicago on September 24-28 (Saturday to Wednesday) to help push the module to a stable 1.0 release, work on important features for the 2.x branch, and help plan a potential Drupal 8 media initiative.
Because space is very limited, virtual participation in the #drupal-media IRC channel is highly encouraged and welcome! If you are very interested in attending in person, please contact Dave Reid.Read more
There is a LOT of work being done with Open Media modules right now that is not being reflected on this list. On Drupal 7. A lot of things are in development, and I will only speak from my own experiences - but I'll post and hope others will add. Please correct any errors.
There really seem to be two aspects of the Open Media System that are being implemented concurrently.
1) Facility and Project Management through modules like MERCI and OM_Show.Read more
First is it best to set my roles before entering information into MERCI? Let's say am going to assign roles based off membership levels, would it be best to do so first and then enter in the different MERCI content types?
Also, am going to have 3 edit stations would this lend itself better as a Bucket item.
For those interested, I just completed a talk at the Dallas Drupal Days conference here in Dallas TX where I talked about presenting media in Drupal 7. I recorded this video so that anybody who did not attend can watch it. This presentation goes over the awesome combination of Drupal 7 + Media module + MediaFront and HTML5 multimedia within Drupal 7.
... or direct download link ... http://www.mediafront.org/sites/default/files/Drupal_Dallas_2011_Present...
Let me know what you think.
Thanks and Enjoy!Read more
I ran the Cron and it gave me this:
• warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in C:\wamp\www\hosted\seattlecommunitymedia\modules\merci\merci.module on line 1063. • warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in C:\wamp\www\hosted\seattlecommunitymedia\modules\filefield_paths\filefield_paths.module on line 389. • warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in C:\wamp\www\hosted\seattlecommunitymedia\modules\filefield_paths\modules\filefield.inc on line 50. •
Any ideas why?
Thank you in advance for your help.
Looking for input on anyone with these broadcast server experience - particularly in terms of their "open Source" cooperative philosophy and system compatibility. I have worked with Telvue, and they have been very cool and I like their base system.
Don't want to "color" this too much with my particular bias, and the devil is in the details - but I am now looking at (for a new station)
Telvue Princeton series B100, 3000 & Pro (might want HD / SD)
TightRope SX 2 (or LE) - (really like multi-format playback)Read more
I'm front -end developer new to Drupal but not new to other CMS's.
I'm trying to get proof of concept up and running like http://www.denveropenmedia.org/
I have drupal 6.22 up and running though it won't allow me install the MERCI & Open Media System modules.
That is that I need to get these and the other OMP modules up and running?
thank you in advance for any tips, help and/or advice.
Have a good one.
I want to create a multiusers album witch can be seen only by user_relationship
I tried to use node_gallery module but node gallery show the pictures in gallery list witch every one can see the galleries .
well i'm thinking about integration of plupload and content using image field to creat 2 part of content one for users share galleries like deviantart site and one content for user album
i want to integrate plupload withe image field but it's not working.Read more
Inspired (guilted) by the recent discussions about private planning sessions on the development list and the number of posts to the How to help get Media to 1.0 release and beyond issue @tsvenson started back in January, I wanted to get this posted sooner rather than later. I've shown this graphic and discussed the structure with several people involved in large media sites, but most of these discussions have been happening in person or over email.Read more