Media: Auto utilizes the Drupal Media module framework and extends it by adding automated aggregation, node creation and media embedding from YouTube and Vimeo media collections. Media Auto automatically creates nodes for individual media, page views for video collections, and blocks for “Featured Content,” “What’s New”, and “Recent Collections.” Video collection pages organize the created nodes into a “video wall” by collection (album, playlist, channel, etc). The module provides an automatic mechanism for updating the nodes and views if changes or deletions are made on the third party platform.
Drupal 8: Work on a Drupal 8 version of this module has begun and will be available following the completion of the D8 versions of the modules on which it depends.
GeoBlog ExplorerTM is a set of modules for the Drupal CMS which implements a blog containing multimedia/transmedia entries where the media is referenced to map(s) containing markers, annotations and GPS path data. The screenshot at the right is the Drupal 7 (prototype) version. While the design of the page in D8 will be similar to that of D7, there will be many changes under the hood (as expected) and users will be able to compose the blog entry completely online instead of having to use the java-based software to access the full functionality.
GeoBlog ComposerTM is a platform independent application written in Java that is designed for mobile devices (tablets and laptops). The primary function of the mobile software is to enable the off-line construction of geolocated blog entries consisting of various types of geotagged media captured through a variety of means. The entire entry is then compressed into a "packet" and queued for upload to the server - on which GeoBlog Explorer is installed - when an internet connection becomes available. Once uploaded, the packet is then decompressed and its information used to create the blog entry. Intermittent or opportunistic internet connectivity is often the case when one is in the field, on an expedition, or traveling for pleasure.
The "Where Is?" pages of this site are the testbed for the current code.