Picurl is a client for uploading, downloading, querying, and sorting files on remote stores, like HTTP directory listings, HTML pages, FTP servers, or Flickr photo albums. The focus of this project is making tagging and dealing with metadata as easy as possible.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Internet Web Indexing/Search multimedia Graphics Software Development Libraries Python Modules|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: A new metadata backend was added. Several bugs were fixed for the metadata reading code. The picurl GUI (an HTML-based Web interface) has also been revised and improved. Thumbnails are now cached locally for remote picture stores.
Release Notes: This version brings better tagging support, integration of exiv2 for advanced EXIF/IPTC tagging, an interactive picurl shell for managing your stores, and implementations for placeholder thumbnails and RSS feeds.
Release Notes: Extended metadata functionality was added, and apart from the source release, there is now also a Windows binary download available. Stores and images can now be exported to RSS/OPML feeds.
Release Notes: This is the inital alpha release. Features include uploading and downloading of files from HTTP, FTP, Flickr, and local stores, searching for metadata across stores, sorting by metadata, and downloading thumbnails before download the full-size images from the Web.