How do I post to Gwibber from python?
I have tried
foo = gwibber.utils.GwibberPublic()
foo.post("This is a test message")
But it doesn't work.
on 06/19/2012 – Made popular on 06/19/2012
Gwibber is the default micro-blogging application that comes with Ubuntu. Ever since it has been included as a default application in Ubuntu, I have complained about it in every review I had done. It is so sluggish and consumes so much system resource that using it is never possible while doing any intensive task.Well, things are about to change in Ubuntu 11.10 “Oneiric Ocelot”.
Gwibber completely ignores paragraph property of any text message. There is no line-break until maximum width reached. For example, if a Facebook link post contains title,body & summery, gwibber wraps everything into a single line.This makes very difficult to read & comprehend the context.
Brand new fresh install of ubuntu 12.10, with all updates installed. I've added my facebook account in ubuntu online accounts. It works fine in empathy, but neither gwibber nor the gwibber social lens show anything. If I open gwibber its just blank. If I manually click refresh it just sits there "refreshing" forever.
Gwibber is a Social Media application which will download your tweets, flickr photos, Face Book and other Social Media sites.
For Face Book you will need to authorize your Face Book account so that Gwibber will be able to post your Face Book comments onto your wall. For Twitter all you need to do is type in your user name and then your password.
I decided to give gwibber a go as a means to follow Twitter and Facebook status updates. There seems to be an issue though with Gwibber and the Gnome indicator panel in that notifications of new messages never show up. Looking into the issue it appears that Gwibber switched to solely using libappindicator for this which as far as I can tell is an Ubuntu only library.
I removed Gwibber as soon as I installed Ubuntu. I used Gwibber on another Ubuntu computer, and didn't like it.
I didn't mind the notifications from Gwibber when I got new @replies, but I just installed Hotot, and like it a lot. But, I am getting notifications from Hotot and Gwibber, even though I dont have Gwibber installed, and havent for months. How can I fix/get rid of this?
How do I safely remove gwibber?
I am new to linux and I started using Gwibber but I wanna uninstall it from my Ubuntu.
What shall I do??
Quick help needed.
My facebook is always online right now.
I dont even know how to log out of facebook in Gwibber.
I'm confused. I don't use ANY social media by choice, and consequently have no use for Gwibber. I uninstalled it via the Ubuntu Software Centre, but still get all the updates whenever there are any for gwibber itself and all its components.
Why does the system keep on installing updates to something that isn't there?