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readme.txt

=== Plugin Name ===
Contributors: OpenAttribute, pgogy
Tags: flickr, picture, attribution, author, picture, find, use, creative commons, cc, licensing
Requires at least: 3
Tested up to: 3.5
Stable tag: 0.96

This plugin is built for people keen to reuse flickr images in their blogs. 

== Description ==
This plugin was developed for the Politics InSpires (http://politicsinspires.org) project at the University of Oxford.

The project was JISC Funded, and sits as part of "Open Spires" (ttp://openspires.oucs.ox.ac.uk/). Open Spires  is a project led by the Learning Technologies Group, Oxford University Computing Services, University of Oxford.

In terms of long term support, the code is being maintained by the Open Attribute team (http://openattribute.com).

This plugin allows you to search Flickr for various content (all licensed in some form) and then for you to bring that content into WordPress and attribute it correctly.

A simpler sister plug in is available which searches for just CC-BY.

For support please see http://www.pgogy.com/code/groups/wordpress/advanced-picture-finder/

[vimeo https://vimeo.com/60033351]

== Installation ==

1. Upload `plugin-name.php` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

== Frequently Asked Questions ==

No Questions have been asked yet. Please email us (at the google group) or contact us via http://openattribute.com

== Screenshots ==

1. Look for the camera symbol at the end of the "insert media" toolbar
2. This Screen will appear
3. Type in your search term here
4. If you don't find what you want you can search again
5. Pictures are brought back from flickr which match your request. Click on "choose" for the picture you like
6. The picture is brought back, and added to the media library
7. The picture is attributed
8. You can now either insert the picture into the post, or set it as the featured image.

== Changelog ==

= 0.96 =
Added test for FlickR author

= 0.94 =
Tested for 3.4

= 0.93 =
New Flickr API key

= 0.92 =
Improved security

= 0.91 =
Support for saving settings and bugs fixed

= 0.9 =
First version released=======
=== Plugin Name ===
Contributors: OpenAttribute, pgogy
Tags: flickr, picture, attribution, author, picture, find, use, creative commons, cc, licensing
Requires at least: 3
Tested up to: 3.3
Stable tag: 0.93

This plugin is built for people keen to reuse flickr images in their blogs. Searching for just CC-BY material the plugin helps to make using flickr content much more simple.

== Description ==
This plugin was developed for the Politics InSpires (http://politicsinspires.org) project at the University of Oxford.

The project was JISC Funded, and sits as part of "Open Spires" (ttp://openspires.oucs.ox.ac.uk/). Open Spires  is a project led by the Learning Technologies Group, Oxford University Computing Services, University of Oxford.

In terms of long term support, the code is being maintained by the Open Attribute team (http://openattribute.com).

This plugin allows you to search Flickr for various content (all licensed in some form) and then for you to bring that content into WordPress and attribute it correctly.

A simpler sister plug in is available which searches for just CC-BY.

== Installation ==

1. Upload `plugin-name.php` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

== Frequently Asked Questions ==

No Questions have been asked yet. Please email us (at the google group) or contact us via http://openattribute.com

== Screenshots ==

1. Look for the camera symbol at the end of the "insert media" toolbar
2. This Screen will appear
3. Type in your search term here
4. If you don't find what you want you can search again
5. Pictures are brought back from flickr which match your request. Click on "choose" for the picture you like
6. The picture is brought back, and added to the media library
7. The picture is attributed
8. You can now either insert the picture into the post, or set it as the featured image.

== Changelog ==

= 0.93 =
Nonce issue resolved

= 0.92 =
Improved security

= 0.91 =
Support for saving settings and bugs fixed

= 0.9 =
First version released>>>>>>> .r556115
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