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mediadrop direct publishing

Make uploaded videos directly published

At ESTI I needed a special feature:

  1. Students need to upload videos as anonymous
  2. As soon as uploaded, videos need to be in the published state

Mediadrop default workflow is to have videos go through a precise workflow, as stated in the documentation.
Of course this is not what I want.
I looked for a way to hack it in order to get what I want.

I achieved this with these too commits:


This is a dirty hack. To make it clean, I need make it configurable through the administration interface, which is not the case as is.
That will be the next step, but let's go live for the moment.


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