Download Tag: integration

Polylang AddOn

Polylang is a great WordPress plugin for adding multiple languages to your site.

This AddOn will allow you to specify the language of the site in the email subject.

Assuming you have installed Polylang and set up both English and Deutsch as the supported languages with English being the default language. You can now send emails that have the subject: “[Deutsch] Hier ist ein post” and Postie will automatically update the post to specify Deutsch as the post language.

Please note if you are upgrading from an older version of Polylang you need to set the Postie setting “Match short category” to “No” so Postie doesn’t try to match the old Polylang custom taxonomy.

Release Notes

2.0.2 released 2016-12-30

  • Added compatibility with older versions of PHP

2.0.1 released 2016-12-19

  • Added support for Polylang 2.0

1.0.1 released 2014-09-23

  • Initial release

Geolocation Plus AddOn

The Geolocation Plus AddOn allows you to add a latitude & longitude to a post in a way that works with the Geolocation and Geolocation Plus plugins.

WARNING: The Geolocation Plus plugin has not been updated in a long time and currently is incompatible with Google Maps. At this time I recommend using Open Street Maps. See Open Street Maps AddOn

Once installed Postie will recognize any geolocation information embedded in attached images and videos which most smartphones automatically do. Note that there is a bug in some versions of PHP that prevents this from working (currently 5.6.24-7.0.14 don’t work https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=73004). Note that if you have multiple attachments the plugin will use the location from the last one it processes.

Alternate Way

Alternatively you can supply some special text in your email:
{{location <latitude> <longitude>}}

For example:

We have finally arrived in Portland, Oregon!

{{location 45.52 122.6819}}

geolocation

Sample post with geolocation tag

Release History:

1.1.8 – 2017-06-28

  • Add support for postie_file_added_pre action so that we extract GPS info before the other WP actions have a opportunity to modify the file.

1.1.7 – 2017-06-16

  • Video: getID3 change to support ‘loci’ atoms
  • Video: use com.apple.quicktime.location.ISO6709 atom if exists

1.1.6 – 2017-05-17

  • Fix bug where full path to file wasn’t used

1.1.5 – 2017-03-30

  • Add autoupdater

1.1.4 – 2016-08-31

  • Updated getID3 library

1.1.3

  • Support alternate geolocation encodings

1.1.2

  • Supports video files

1.1.1

  • Explicitly checks that either Geolocation or Geolocation Plus is installed

1.1.0

  • Now extracts geolocation information from image attachments when available.

1.0.1

  • Initial public release

 

Open Street Maps AddOn

The Open Street Maps AddOn allows you to add a latitude & longitude to a post in a way that works with the Open Street Maps plugin (OSM).

The simplest way is to attach an image or video to your email that has geolocation information embedded in it.

You can display a map of all your geo-tagged posts as described here: http://wp-osm-plugin.hanblog.net/geotag-posts-and-display-map-with-geotags/

Alternate Way

Alternatively you can supply some special text in your email:
{{location <latitude> <longitude>}}

For example:

We have finally arrived in Portland, Oregon!

{{location 45.52 122.6819}}

Release History:

1.1.9 – 2017-06-28

  • Add support for postie_file_added_pre action so that we extract GPS info before the other WP actions have a opportunity to modify the file.

1.1.8 – 2017-06-20

  • getID3 update
  • Video: Use com.apple.quicktime.location.ISO6709 atom if exists
  • Fix pathing issue

1.1.7 – 2017-04-10

  • Fix issue when handling {{}} syntax in OSM 3.6+

1.1.6 – 2017-04-06

  • Updates to support OSM 3.6
  • More robust fallback EXIF handling

1.1.5 – 2017-04-06

  • Alternate logic for getting geolocation for broken versions of PHP.
  • Autoupdate

1.1.4 – 2017-03-30

  • Updated getID3 library to 1.9.14

1.1.3 – 2016-08-31

  • Update getID3 library to 1.9.12

1.1.2 – 2015-12-09

  • Support alternate geolocation encodings

1.1.1 – 2015-11-24

  • Add support for geolocating videos

1.1.0 – 2015-07-07

  • Now extracts geolocation information from image attachments when available.

1.0.2

  • Better support for unicode characters

1.0.1 – 2015-07-07

  • Initial public release