I think the drag and drop code is probably best as a separate file with a tiny API that gets called from that static template
It would be cleanest as a separate plugin indeed, but I'm not sure if it can be easily done without modifying mirador's internal code
Possibly not, but as the author of Mirador, perhaps I can be of assistance.
Can you talk me through the interaction a little bit and I can point you to any hidden methods that may help?
Mirador actually has a rather extensive API and event system.
It's just horribly/not documented
This older version also happens to be having some problems in chrome now, after some update or other.
In particular this extra plugin code that was written for the original annotation demo I was showing this morning.
My first idea was to start from the annotation cross-linking you demoed, and make it easier to create such links: an annotation could be draggable onto another one in another document, creating the link when dropped
It's just an idea though, and might be a bit too many steps at once
I don't that's too much. we should probably figure out how the cross-links work again though.
I don't actually think I can create one with the current code.
It looks like the current code is not the one running live.
Let me try to find mek
e.g. a grep for 'xAnnotate' returns nothing, which is the button in the bar (button is not present in my local version either)
thanks everyone! that was great. I am going through the json list and adding the rest of the works to the list and creating works for orphans
Lots of follow up work for me to do merging duplicates and ensuring the best editions are surfaced on the UI
Was nice indeed. I did not get much further than reading and poking code, but that's how things start. Would love to push some of our ideas further some time. I'll be in SF 15-24 October, happy to meet up for more hacking then!
Thanks everyone it was a new experience trying to coordinate a project with all of our friends remotely! I'm really grateful for everyone's patience. I will send some follow-up information to everyone who attended so we can all follow up and continue to build momentum on our progress
Great to have you be apart of this Neal, Charles, Gerben et al