- Install itself and set up database tables
- Put in a few sample feeds
- Pull feed entries down into the database.
- Display the list of feeds
- When you select a feed, display the items
Version 0.2, code named “Good Enough” is now out.
What is it?
UpFuckr is an open source Android uploader for FuckFlickr. FuckFlickr is open-source image gallery software that won’t narc you out. You host it yourself and it keeps things simple and easy. It was created by the Free Art & Technology lab as an alternative to hosting your photos on a certain Yahoo-owned photo sharing site.
What are the features?
- Share single or multiple photos from the Gallery
- Share to a main folder on your FuckFlickr or choose a folder on your fuckflickr for each upload.
- Create a new directory on your FuckFlickr site. You know, put in the name of the concert and then start taking pictures and uploading them there.
- Shows each picture as it uploads. Nifty!
It didn’t work for me – I can’t get dasher as an input mode, but hopefully it will be ready for prime time soon.
Get the Dasher for Android beta here and let me know how it works for you.
I looked through the code for the awesome Rasterbator, and I think it could be pretty easily converted to Java/Processing. Continue reading Project Idea: Rasterbator in Processing or Java
I think you could do a good subset of Locale‘s features with the Android Scripting Environment. Continue reading Project Idea: Locale as a Script on Android
Angelo of from Italy let me know he’s working on a version of Dasher for Android!
Looks like he’s using just the tilt sensors, but hopefully it will take finger input as well.
The Android Scripting Environment is to the Android phone as Greasemonkey is to Firefox. It’s a simple place to do quick hacks for your phone without having to build a full plugin or application.
Two cool scripts that just got released are Silent Night and Droid Track. Continue reading Android Scripting Environment is heating up
An iteration or so of the website ago I hacked in a random art generator into the background of the title of my website using ContextFree.js by Aza Raskin. It was a cool little hack, but what would be really nice is to make it shareable.
I’d like a WordPress Plugin that finds the heading of your website and inserts a little Canvas element, includes either processing.js or contextfree.js and picks a sketch, then plops it in the background of your website’s title. How cool would that be?
Jeff Crouse has a really good post on Optimizing Your Mac. In my TODO file.