Frogr is a small application for the GNOME desktop that allows users to manage their accounts in the Flickr image hosting website. It supports all the basic Flickr features, including uploading pictures, adding descriptions, setting tags and managing sets and groups pools.
This project is Free Software and published under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3.
The latest stable version of Frogr (1.0) currently features a basic -yet effective- flickr uploader:
- Allow to upload pictures and videos to flickr, specifying details such as title, description, tags, visibility, content type, safety level and whether to "show up on global search results".
- Allow uploading pictures and videos from remote machines, through different protocols (SMB, SSH, FTP...).
- Allow loading/saving the work session from/to 'project' files.
- Allow setting specific licenses and geolocation information for pictures right from the desktop.
- Allow specifying sets and group pools for the elements to be added to after the upload process.
- Allow to create sets right from frogr, opposite to just adding elements to already existing ones.
- Command line interface and integration as MIME type handler for pictures.
- Import tags from picture's metainformation (if present) when loading.
- Support for handling multiple Flickr accounts.
- Support for specifying HTTP proxies manually.
- Integrated with GNOME Shell and the Mac OS X desktops.
Translated to many languages (Check frogr's module at l10n)
For more details on the features of Frogr, both in the stable releases or the unstable branch (master), check the NEWS file.
The latest stable version of Frogr is 1.0.
git clone git://git.gnome.org/frogr
Building from the source tarballs is nice, but sometimes is more convenient to get apps installed through other ways, so this section explains how to get frogr installed in some of the most common distros out there:
Debian & Ubuntu
apt-get update && apt-get install frogr
For previous releases of Ubuntu, or if you just can't wait for your newer distro to package the very last release of frogr, you can use this PPA to easily install the last version or upgrade previous ones, both for i386 and amd64 builds:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mariospr/frogr && sudo apt-get update && \ sudo apt-get install frogr
For the specific case of Fedora, frogr is packaged since Fedora 15 (Lovelock), so you should be able to install it by just doing:
sudo yum install frogr
Frogr is also being packaged already for OpenSuse, but if you want to install it in previous releases, you can always use the binaries in the OpenSUSE packages build through the openSuse Build Service, in the context of the 'GNOME Applications' subproject.
Mac OS X
For Mac OS X, there's a package built for Intel architectures that you can download from the GNOME FTP server. It still has some bugs but it's perfectly usable for everyday use (main logic works perfectly), although this is somewhat unofficially supported and might lag behind the actual latest release.
At the time, there's just one mailing list, both for general or technical discussion.
List of bugs: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=frogr
File a new bug: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=frogr
Module at the 'Damned Lies' platform in gnome.org: http://l10n.gnome.org/module/frogr
2015/12/30: Published a post announcing the 1.0 release of Frogr.
2015/12/30: Frogr 1.0 released. First 1.x release ever! See the NEWS file for more details.
2015/01/08: Published a post announcing the 0.11 release of Frogr.
2015/01/07: Frogr 0.11 released. Moved to GtkHeaderBar if GTK+ >= 3.12, added new option to set "date posted" to "date taken" and a few other improvements and fixes. See the NEWS file for more details.
2014/06/17: Published a post announcing the 0.10 release of Frogr.
2014/06/17: Frogr 0.10 released. Use the SSL end points of the Flickr API, fix issues with the installation of the AppData file and a few other improvements and bug fixes. See the NEWS file for more details.
2014/01/17: Published a post announcing the 0.9 release of Frogr.
2014/01/17: Frogr 0.9 released. Ported to GStreamer 1.0, fixed selection of multiple pictures in the main view, improved memory usage, among several other improvements and bug fixes. See the NEWS file for more details.
2012/12/29: Published a post announcing the 0.8 release of Frogr.
2012/12/29: Frogr 0.8 released. Ported to GtkApplication and GMenu, added support for video uploads and implemented the "Save/Load projects" feature, among several other improvements and bug fixes. See the NEWS file for more details.
2012/05/23: Published a post announcing the 0.7 release of Frogr.
2012/05/22: Frogr 0.7 released. Updated to support the new OAuth-based authentication system, allow importing tags from pictures's metadata, possibility of using a dark theme and some other goodies. See the NEWS file for more details.
2011/08/19: Published a post announcing the 0.6.1 release of Frogr.
2011/08/19: Frogr 0.6.1 released. This is just a bugfixing release, no new features added. See the NEWS file for more details.
2011/08/13: Published a post announcing the 0.6 release of Frogr.
2011/08/13: Frogr 0.6 released. Better integration with GNOME proxy settings, ability to open pictures in the default image viewer, enabling the user to set the license for every picture, a better UI (bigger and better thumbnails) and a new User Manual are the main features, along with the usual bugfixing work. See the NEWS file for more details.
2011/05/27: Published a post announcing the 0.5 release of Frogr.
2011/05/27: Frogr 0.5 released. Includes some new small (but handy) features and several bugfixes. See the NEWS file for more details.
2011/02/05: Published a post announcing the 0.4 release of Frogr.
2011/02/05: Frogr 0.4 released. Includes lots of new features and bugfixes. See the NEWS file for more details.
2010/12/24: Published a post announcing the 0.3 release of Frogr.
2010/12/22: Frogr 0.3 released! Includes major and very important changes, including new features and lots of bugfixes. See the NEWS file for more details.
2009/10/13: Published a post announcing the 0.2 release of Frogr.
2009/08/22: Published a post announcing the 0.1 release of Frogr.
2009/06/05: Published a first post about frogr, introducing the idea and asking for people to collaborate in the project.