ichavero at chavero
Apr 29, 2011, 8:03 AM
Post #3 of 3
El 29/04/11 08:19 a.m., Bret Dawson escribió:
> Hi Iván,
> Technically, it's possible, in as much as you could put all your media
> documents in an output channel that does not publish to the same
> destination as your stories.
> But it's not a good idea. One of the great strengths of Bricolage is
> that it does not serve content. Exposing your Bricolage machine to
> front-end web traffic takes that away from you.
> I'm surprised to hear that storage is an issue, when disk space is so
> inexpensive. Are you dealing with HD video or something like that?
yes, actually video is a requirement
> All the best,
> On Fri, 2011-04-29 at 08:02 -0600, Iván Chavero wrote:
>> i'm implementing bricolage in a environment which has storage
>> limitations. in this conext i was wondering if is there a way to use the
>> media uploaded into bricolage instead of publishing it avoiding the
>> copying it to the publish server and thus avoiding file duplication?