Links:
  source: https://github.com/nodanaonlyzuul/flickr_airlift
  gems:   http://rubygems.org/gems/flickr_airlift

install: gem install flickr_airlift


On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 7:38 AM, Stephen Schor <beholdthepanda / gmail.com>wrote:

> flickr_airlift is a command-line tool for scraping any user's original
> photos, or uploading all media in a given directory.
>
> Improvements in 0.0.7 Release:
>
>    -   Improving how handle file extension case is handled in
>    flickr_uplift
>    -   support for mov and avi files in flickr_uplift
>    -   version bump and description improvement
>
>
> Example of Scraping a User's Photos:
> sschor:~/Desktop$ flickr_airlift
> /usr/bin/open
> opening your browser...
> Come back and press Enter when you are finished
> [DO WHAT IT SAYS]
> You are now authenticated as [YOUR USER] with token [SOME TOKEN]
> Exactly who's photos would you like to archive?:
> > State Library and Archives of Florida
> State Library and Archives of Florida has 1099 pictures
> * Creating folder named 'State Library and Archives of Florida'
> * PAGE 1 of 11
> ** Downloading 1: New Year's Eve Party at...
> ** Downloading 2: Kansas State University's...
> ** Downloading 3: Aerial View of the Gator ...
> ** Downloading 4: University of Oklahoma Footbal...
> ...
> ...
> [PROFIT]
>
> Example of Uploading Files:
> sschor:~/Pictures$ flickr_uplift .
>
> /usr/bin/open
> opening your browser...
> Come back and press Enter when you are finished
> [DO WHAT IT SAYS]
>
> You are now authenticated as [YOUR SCREEN NAME] with token [SOME TOKEN]
> Uploading 13 files:
>   Uploading (1 of 13): 162.jpg
>   Uploading (2 of 13): 2010-06-01 12.16.31.jpg
>   Uploading (3 of 13): 29859_421325435922_538490922_5774711_7208682_n.jpg
>   Uploading (4 of 13): 370.jpg
>   ...
>   [PROFIT]
>