When Yahoo made an offer to buy photo-sharing startup Flickr in early 2005, Stewart Butterfield and his team had a tough decision to make. There were many reasons for Flickr, founded by Butterfield and Caterina Fake, to sell, but also many to hold on and go for a larger exit.
The bookend to Yahoo’s Big News Day — a major refresh of its photo sharing site Flickr — will see the company drop its Flickr Pro pricing tiers as part of a bid to compete better with Facebook/Instagram and the rest of the crowded market in the online photo space.
Flickr today finally added a feature that makes its iOS app worth recommending – no, not native iPad support, unfortunately – but rather an “auto-upload” option that will upload all the photos from your Camera Roll to Flickr’s service, where they’re set to “private” until you explicitly share them with others.
This is a simple GUI to upload pics to Flickr from Nautilus file browser (should work with KDE though).
This application is Free Software (GPL version 3) and uses the Flickr API, but is not endorsed or certified by Flickr.
Currently stable version is 0.10, and Ubuntu user can install it via the deb: nautilus-flickr-uploader_0.10-1_all.deb
Alternatively,get it from its homepage: http:
Hi friends i m new in android , i try to upload the image in flickr and text but iam not able to upload the image in flickr i read many blogs http://blog.theunical.com/java/flickr-example-to-upload-photos-using-java/ and http://www.flickr.com/services/api/ but i m not get good answer so please help me frnd how to upload the image in flickr , if u have a sample code please share with me