[WWI] Archives database

Diego Fernetti dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar
Thu Jan 20 11:04:02 EST 2005


Wonderful job Sanjeev!
unfortunately, the seems to be No collections on the Naglo Quadruplane. What 
a shock.
D.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "S Hirve" <ot811 at msbx.net>
To: <wwi at wwi-models.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2005 12:51 PM
Subject: [WWI] Archives database


> Okay, let me try this again.
> I have added to the Search Application the ability to search through the 
> Photo archives.
>   The search engine has several new features:
>      - search for subject (same as models)
>      - results are displayed 10 index-thumbnails at a time, you can go 
> directly to the full image, or walk sequentially through each large image
>      - each image can have its own caption text
>      - images are organized by "Collections"
>      - anybody can add notes to an image or a collection - it is not 
> restricted to Admin (I am stealing Wikipedia's idea here).
>      - images can be linked to more than one subject (eg, several photos 
> of the RE.8 are linked to the aircraft as well as to the RAF.4A engine.
>
>  I am in the process of populating the data, and so far the database 
> contains all A-H and British aircraft, and have just started on the French 
> planes.
>   I would really appreciate your opinions on the features, its ease of 
> use, suggestions for improvements, etc.
>  The earlier I get your feedback the better!
> I also happen to be using some more web features such as cookies, latest 
> stylesheet standards, and more javascript on the web-pages - hence,  your 
> testing can uncover problems with old or non-compliant web browsers.
>
> My plan is that for the near future, both the search engine and the static 
> Archives pages will be available, but all updates to the archives pages 
> will go only into the database, and wont show up in the static pages.
>
> The link is the same as for searching Models :
> http://www.wwi-models.org/app/sbj/srch/
>
> I look forward to some useful feedback,
> regards
> Sanjeev
>
>
>
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