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dfo(1) [debian man page]

DFO(1)							      General Commands Manual							    DFO(1)

dfo - Desktop Flickr Organizer for Gnome DESCRIPTION
DFO allows online/offline mode management of your photos. With DFO you can manage your existing photos and sets, create new sets, edit tags, descriptions, and permissions, contribute to group pools, and so on. Basically performing most of the tasks that Flickr's online man- agement tool Organizer does. NOTE
The first time you run DFO, the app won't know who you are or have access to your Flickr account, so all you will see is a window with sev- eral empty panes. To get started, select Connect from the File menu. DFO will open a link to the Flickr site in your default Web browser, where you must grant DFO authorization to connect to your Flickr account. This is a security precaution enforced by Flickr on all apps that use the Flickr API. FEATURES
* Add/Delete/Edit comments. Text search comments and their author names. * Post photos to blogs. * Easy Drag-n-drop photos from nautilus for uploading. * Image preview in file chooser dialog, shown when uploading photos. * Edit title, description, privacy and tags of photos set for uploading. * Allow reverting of edits done to photo. HOMEPAGE AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Varun Hiremath <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). December 7, 2006 DFO(1)

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Flickr::API::Response(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				Flickr::API::Response(3pm)

Flickr::API::Response - A response from the flickr API. SYNOPSIS
use Flickr::API; use Flickr::API::Response; my $api = new Flickr::API({'key' => 'your_api_key'}); my $response = $api->execute_method('flickr.test.echo', { 'foo' => 'bar', 'baz' => 'quux', }); print "Success: $response->{success} "; DESCRIPTION
This object encapsulates a response from the Flickr API. It's a subclass of "HTTP::Response" with the following additional keys: { 'success' => 1, 'tree' => XML::Parser::Lite::Tree, 'error_code' => 0, 'error_message' => '', } The "_request" key contains the request object that this response was generated from. This request will be a "Flickr::API::Request" object, which is a subclass of "HTTP:Request". The "sucess" key contains 1 or 0, indicating whether the request suceeded. If it failed, "error_code" and "error_message" explain what went wrong. If it suceeded, "tree" contains an "XML::Parser::Lite::Tree" object of the response XML. AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2004, Cal Henderson, <> SEE ALSO
Flickr::API, XML::Parser::Lite perl v5.14.2 2008-09-29 Flickr::API::Response(3pm)

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