New Uploader server for QA testing

Jonathan Hung jhung at
Mon May 30 20:36:37 UTC 2011

Hi Colin,

I have taken the current implementation of the image uploader and tightened
it up a bit. I have attached them to the following Jira:

I'm not sure who will be implementing the design, so perhaps I can talk to
that person to ensure all the details are communicated.

- Jonathan.

Jonathan Hung / jhung at <jhung.utoronto at>
IDRC - Interaction Designer / Researcher
Tel: (416) 977-6000 x3959
Fax: (416) 977-9844

On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 10:44 AM, Colin Clark <colinbdclark at>wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Cindy and I have been working on a replacement for the old Berkeley Image
> Gallery, which we have been using as a QA test server for the Uploader over
> the past few years.
> This new Image Gallery is light and simple. Unlike the previous Gallery,
> it's not intended to be a real application--it's entirely optimized for
> Uploader QA testing. The server side is about 100 lines of PHP code, and the
> client side is an exemplar of IoC, consisting of a handful of small,
> self-contained JavaScript components. The UI is currently a bit rough, but
> we're hoping improve it before the release.
> The other major feature of this test server is that it allows testers to
> reconfigure the Uploader on the fly, letting them adjust some of the key
> queue options in order to fully test the component during QA.
> The code is available on Github:
> There are still a few lingering IE-related bugs, but I think this is ready
> to reviewed one last time and moved into the project space on Github, as
> well as replacing the old Java Image Gallery on the daily build server.
> Colin
> ---
> Colin Clark
> Technical Lead, Fluid Project
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