Postr (also known as Flickr Uploader) is a Flickr uploading tool for the GNOME desktop, which aims to be simple to use but exposing enough of the power of Flickr to be useful.
Postr has a simple user interface, and lets you set common attributes for your photos: title, description, tags, sets, groups, privacy, license, etc.
Post is integrated with Nautilus: you can either run Postr when you are browsing your photos or just drag them from Nautilus to drop them in Postr.
- Simple intuitive user interface.
- Set the common attributes for your photos: title, description, tags, sets, groups, privacy, licence, etc.
- Nautilus integration: Either run postr when you are browsing your photos or just would to drag from Nautilus to drop them in Postr.
- Session management: If you run out of time during a session, you can save your session and continue working on it later.
- Add and remove photos.
- Switch user accounts.
Developer: Ross Burton and contributors
License: GNU GPL v2
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