Blosxom Plug-in: potd (picture of the day)
Randomly selects a photo that has been posted in the blog to be the "picture of the day" (for an arbitrary value of day). Provides the template variables:
* $potd::potd -- the URL to the POTD * $potd::potd_source -- permalink to the entry containing the POTD
$image_pattern is a regular expression used to pick images which may be candidates for the POTD. The intent is typically to restrict to images hosted in the same URL space as the blog, although the default is simply any file with a jpg, jpeg, or gif suffix.
$to_pattern are used to transform the original url of the image in order to generate the POTD. This would typically be used if you want to display full-size images in the main blog and thumbnails for the POTD. If either pattern is undef, no transformation will be done
$cache_expire is the frequency with which to pick a new POTD. The default is 1 day. This can be set to 0 to disable caching and pick a new image for each request.
$debug_level can be set to a value between 0 and 5; 0 will output no debug information, while 5 will be very verbose. The default is 1, and should be changed after you've verified the plugin is working correctly.
Kevin Scaldeferri (kevin+blosxom at scaldeferri dot com) http://kevin.scaldeferri.com/
Probably; address bug reports and comments to me or to the Blosxom mailing list http://www.yahoogroups.com/groups/blosxom.
make img tag parsing more robust
provide potd_alt containing any alt text for the image
The basic concept for this plugin was stolen from Tim Bray's "Ongoing", http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/
POTD Blosxom Plug-in Copyright 2005, Kevin Scaldeferri
This code is released under the same license as Perl, namely the Artistic License: http://www.perl.com/pub/a/language/misc/Artistic.html. (Note that this is different from the license which Blosxom is distributed under.)