Folksonomy (module for Omeka S)
New versions of this module and support for Omeka S version 3.0 and above are available on GitLab, which seems to respect users and privacy better.
Tags can be added with or without captcha and approbation. Once approved, public tags become normal tags. Tag creation and approbation are managed via roles. They can be imported by the module CSV Import like in Omeka Classic.
First, install the two optional modules [Generic] and [Blocks Disposition].
Uncompress files and rename module folder "Folksonomy".
Then install it like any other Omeka module and follow the config instructions.
The Folksonomy module can use Omeka ReCaptchas. You need to get keys to this service and set them in the general preferences.
The tags (names) and the taggings (approval, reject) are manageable directly in the admin view.
Display Tagging Form
The tags and the tagging form are displayed automatically on item set, item or media pages. To manage the display more precisely, use the module [Blocks Disposition], or use the helpers to display them in your theme. The templates are customizable in the theme. Rights and visibility are automatically managed.
The form uses jquery. It’s enabled by default in the admin view, but may be not available in some themes.
The tables added to the database support the possibility for each user to tag each resource and to manage his/her own taggings, but currently, the forms manage only one tagging for all users for a tag for one resource, because Omeka is document-oriented.
Use it at your own risk.
It’s always recommended to backup your files and your databases and to check your archives regularly so you can roll back if needed.
See online issues on the module issues page on GitLab.
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- Copyright Daniel Berthereau, 2013-2020 (see Daniel-KM on GitLab)
First version of this module has been built as a plugin for Omeka Classic for the digital library of Mines ParisTech.