Testament is a Django-based prison book project management application originally written by Andrew Badr. It lets volunteers track sent and returned packages and inmate requests in the hopes of minimizing delays for inmates and helping the book projects evaluate their services for themselves and funders. It is used by the Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project and other prison book projects. I am a contributor to this application’s code and migrated from a pencil and paper on index card database to Testament while coordinating the Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project.
This is a jQuery bookmarklet to extract an attribution string and link from a Flickr photo page.
To use the bookmarklet bookmark this link or drag it to your browser’s bookmarks bar: Flickr Attribution
The code is available at github.
At the time that I wrote this bookmarklet, I was using the the Monochrome Author theme (similar to the Monochrome Pro theme) by Graph Paper Press. It requires that you have an image associated with each post, so I frequently grab Creative Commons licensed photos for posts where I didn’t take a photo. I got tired of building the photo attribution string and link back to the photo by hand, so I made the bookmarklet to generate it with one click.
This is my first attempt at writing a bookmarklet and using jQuery.
There are probably some bugs with this code as well as lots of room for improvement. In particular, it would be nice to have the z-index of the bar displayed by the widget set so it covers all the FLickr page elements, but I couldn’t set a high z-index without messing up the zeroclipboard functionality.