I don't know what I am doing wrong, but track records show it must be me. Pictures just aren't being sent to google+, even though I see no error message when enabling it (as far as I can tell, see picture) or when sending (just a number -unchanging - of photos to send)
I'm looking at modernizing OurDoings' design with Twitter Bootstrap. Gradients are gone. Page header is slimmed way down. There's a little circle with a minus sign in the upper left corner that makes the sidebar and breadcrumbs disappear, thus devoting nearly the full screen to content.
I'm working on a bootstrap-based redesign of OurDoings that's even leaner than the current interface. I think it will be well-received by the guy who emailed this: "I like
Picasa but not the web albums (the photos always seem secondary to all
the peripheral crap around them), so I'll keep using ourdoings for its
sensibleness and its cleanness."
I noticed something strange, trying the facebook album posting for the first time: it only send the pictures that were on the highlights page, not the ones on the "more photos" section. Disabling the "more photos" option on the posts made the images be posted to facebook. Is that by design and can that be configured?
Is there a way to to duplicate an individual photo from my main site to my secondary site, ie. not duplicate the whole entry? Also, can I request that the site choice dropdown list on the Picasa upload sheet is changed to checkboxes? Would make uploading to more than one site more streamlined.
Another not-very-important thing I noticed: I connected my existing ourdoings to friendfeed and all the posts got sent up to FF with the same date. Bit of a flood. I'd have expected the rss sent to FF to use the date of each entry. Probably another small thing to clean up eventually?
One thing that puzzles and bit me today - I have 2 ourdoings "sites" one for normal pictures (A) and others for stuff about our house renovation (B). In the past I have uploaded bulk to one then moved the images to the other for entries. What is strange is that the entries that are live on (B) still appear in the draft entries edit page on (A)
Most photo sharing sites are all wrong. They're designed to help you upload 10-20 photos that you've chosen and processed. At that point you've already done all the work. The real work is when you have 100 photos in front of you, and want to share with a community that only has the patience for 25 of them. Which 25? That's the work.
Unfortunately, FriendFeed email notifications have been unreliable lately, so I might miss posts here unless you also DM them to me. There's also a getsatisfaction page and http://www.facebook.com/apps...