The Pick Media Intent defines a Web Intent that enables access to a user's media gallery from inside a Web application. It defines both an Intent action/type pair that selects this operation, and the format of the media data that is returned by services implementing this specification.
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The Pick Media Intent defines how Web Intents may be used to enable access to a user's gallery. Work on this specification has been discontinued since the Web Intents specification has been published as a W3C Working Group Note indicating no further development on the Recommendation track at this time. Implementation support has also been removed from existing systems (e.g. WebKit) precluding interoperability testing. Issues related to Web Intents were outlined in a mail message on the DAP mailing list.
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