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A piece of integration code that simplifies the process of uploading photos from a camera to a web site.



The final payment was made to Toobaz on Thu, Aug 30, 2012. This project is complete; no new sponsorships or submissions will be accepted. You can continue to use the forums for discussion purposes.

Submitted by Toobaz [COMPLETE]
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In the description, you explicitely mention other websites different than Flickr. But then, in some comment, you seem to suggest that customizing FlickrUploadr should be enough.

That's what I've done, and the package indeed allows you to upload to Flickr in a fully automatic way. After install, run it, follow the steps for autentication and customize settings. Then, close and insert your camera: in the popup dialog, select FlickrUploadr, and it's done.

Merry Christmas.
flickrupload_1.0.0-1_all.deb    (15138 bytes)    [download] 

source? by bsnow on Tue, Dec 29, 2009 @ 13:23 EST (1 reply)
I'm sorry that I haven't had a chance to actually run it yet, but it sounds fine and totally worth the $50. I'll accept it asap if it works. Where's the source?
Re: source? by bsnow on Tue, Dec 29, 2009 @ 13:59 EST
didn't work by bsnow on Tue, Dec 29, 2009 @ 13:59 EST
Aaaaw, too bad. Hopefully this is minor. The authentication went fine. If that's the whole config setup, it's great - braindead easy for me to install and authenticate on someone else's computer.

I clicked on "manage settings", and when I clicked on ok after that, I got this:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/Uploadr", line 424, in settings_dialog
self.config.set('auto_mode', 'enabled', auto_mode.get_active())
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/", line 377, in set
raise NoSectionError(section)
ConfigParser.NoSectionError: No section: 'auto_mode'

But maybe I don't need that, so let's forget about it. I also plugged in a camera, and saw the same thing as I usually see.
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