It is something I will like to address in 1.1. The first step will be planning.
do you add bbPress as another component in MediaPress(currently we have sitewide/user/groups). Do w store all media in single gallery or do we create per forum/per topic galleries as and when needed?
Also, we will need to integrate MediaPress uploader instead of the WordPress uploader in that case.
Hope that helps.
We are most of the way through integrating the media press uploader into wp.media now.
the mpp_list_media seems to be causing an issue
It is not pulling through the media just from the galelry it is pulling through all media. even when we have hardcoded gallery_id to a specific gallery.
That is using the function from the mpp_list_gallery shortcode.
and in ref to above reply. I think the user galleries should always be specific to the user. and same group gallery is specific to group. In terms of sitewide gallery i dont see a need for that. the user galleries are the focus so the gallery page will reflect that by showing user galleries in owhatever order.
A very good example of what i think this should work like is on imagepress. they ahve the social side of it very well sorted out already. I would take mediapress that way.
And each the galleries and media should really be in their own database table. i dont really get the whole approach of putting everythign into the posts table and post meta. it seems to be a way of guaranteeing that the site will eventually take forever to load.
seperate db tables and outputs etc can be cached more effectively in my experience and the palce the images are stored i would also update to be a easily cacheable folder structure as i mentioned in my other post last week.
Anyway i am hoping we can find the solution for the uploader today and create a way for this to pull the galleries into the bbpress and buddypress posts easily.
I will send to you when done.
This plugin is now done,
Demo Video and details here. http://www.coffeeblack.co.uk/product/mediapress-tinymce-galleries/
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