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To my knowledge, there hasn't been any work done specifically integrating the two. There's no good reason why they can't have a rich integration, and there are thousands of developers using SmugMug's API, so it's possible someone is working on unpublished work. If there's something missing in our API that would help with Drupal integration, of course, ...
Stay tuned! Our dynamo integration is being written as we speak (by me). Once complete, there will be a big, technical blog post! In the meantime, you can learn a lot about dynamo itself from this great blog post: Notes About Amazon DynamoDB
From the DynamoDB Testimonials page on SmugMug: "DynamoDB is a truly revolutionary product which allows SmugMug to finally realize its goal of being 100% cloud-based,” said Don MacAskill, CEO of SmugMug. “I love how DynamoDB enables us to provision our desired throughput, and achieve low latency and seamless scale, even with our constantly growing ...
There currently is no way to get keyword information via the api, the only way to get keyword data is via feeds, for instance: Today's 'awesomized' keywords: http://www.smugmug.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=keyword&Data=awesomized&format=rss200 Or the keyword 'leica' for my account (sams) ...
Looking at the api documentation for smugmug.albums.comments.add and comparing it to smugmug.albums.comments.get there does not seem to be a way to post anonymous comments. It requires you to be logged in to leave a comment (which is probably a good thing).
Answering: And the answer is that the response is indeed in the variable $a above except if the upload fails, in which case the variable has no value. Easy enough to test, might be a good thing to have in the docs. Or at least, if it's there, would have been nice to be easier to find. Silent fails can be hard. Ask any mime.
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