This plugin allows Redmine users to upload a picture to be used as an avatar (instead of depending on images from Gravatar).
Users can set their image through the /my/account page. The administrator can also manage users' avatars through the /users section.
Place this plugin into the folder
plugins/ of your redmine installation. Make sure that the folder is called "redmine_local_avatars".
Update the gems, run any migrations:
bundle install --without development test rake redmine:plugins:migrate RAILS_ENV=production
And restart your application server.
This current version on github is compatible with Redmine 2.1 - 3.3.
It has been imported from lp:redminelocalavatars incorporating the patch for 2.1 from chrisy at https://bugs.launchpad.net/redminelocalavatars/+bug/1069808/comments/4
As reported in issue #12, the plugin "mega_calendar" ist not compatible with this plugin due to an issue with the provided users_controller_path.rb file.
Old version on launchpad
Tested on Redmine trunk r4388 (version 1.0.3). Should be compatible with all Redmine versions 1.0.x.
At the moment the plugin doesn't work when running in development mode.
- A.Chaika wrote the original version:
Warranty. What warranty?
This plugin was written for use in an intranet with simple requirements in
mind. In particular, not much attention has been payed to security issues
and there hasn't been any thorough testing. Use it at your own risk.
Patches are welcome.
Avatar images are treated as attachments to User objects with the description 'avatar'. The AccountController is patched to provide the images, and the UsersController and MyController are patched to provide mechanisms to add/delete avatars.
Copyright (C) 2010 Andrew Chaika, Luca Pireddu
Copyright (C) 2015 dup2
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