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post Apr 19 2006, 11:25 AM
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Just to increase the score for python and Python apps for the Zaurus...

Here's a little app I designed as a Flickr Viewer for the Zaurus.
Its still a work in progress, so be patient with features.

Allows to view photo groups, photos for any users.
Able to view by Flickr NSID or by Username.
I haven't implemented the Flickr Authentication API method yet (since that requires a browser login, and I wanted a self-contained app).

Also able to view photos by "Interestingness" in Flickr.
Able to store photos to local disk for offline viewing (no photo titles or tags in offline mode). Can delete local photos to clear up memory space.

Future Plans
Plan to implement searching by photo Tags, most Popular Tags.
Search by email ID etc later on. Ability to change settings etc.
Also implement Authenication so as to allow read/write access to user Flickr account.
That would include upload photos to Flickr from Zaurus.

Python (tested with Kopsis Python) on the Zaurus.

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Attached File  flickrZ_start.PNG ( 38.89K ) Number of downloads: 180
Attached File  flickrZ_login.PNG ( 38.51K ) Number of downloads: 190
Attached File  flickrZ_local.PNG ( 180K ) Number of downloads: 207
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post Jun 20 2006, 06:15 PM
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You just have to ask wink.gif
and give you email ID so I can send it to you.

But say, did you use the Flickr viewer ? I am amazed at the lack of response whatsoever if its working for others or not... so I ask. unsure.gif
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