Re: maybe a gsoc project?


sorry for the "send-to" trouble :)

however, the way nautilus do FTP is exactly the contrary that I want to do, for this reason I talk about simplicity and quickness.
For example the way nautilus uses to do a simple file upload on an FTP Server is far away (imho) from to be quick and maybe also simple.
By now I'm deeply looking at Coundit, and on a first impression it seems to be oriented in a too different (an more complex) way that I need.


On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 6:46 PM, Andre Klapper <ak-47 gmx net> wrote:
Hej hej Daniele,

feel free to move this back to the mailinglist.

Am Montag, den 30.03.2009, 18:06 +0200 schrieb b0unc3:
> at the moment I cannot found out how nautilus do FTP (is this an
> extension ?).

1. nautilus --browser
2. control+l
3. Enter

> On the other hand I have looked out at Conduit and it do very nice
> stuff, but I think I little be different from what I want to do.
> Principally because many users don't want to take care of sync, and
> need only to upload random files at random places (this is my point of
> view of course).

...and the Conduit code is not helpful to use for that?

> I did some pictures on how my idea should become.
> The [1] is how to make a quick and simple upload way (imho), after a
> simple gui starts [2] and takes care of the rest.
> I hope I've been more exhaustive , and you have got the point.
> Ciao,
> Daniele.
> [1]
> [2]
> On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 1:48 PM, Andre Klapper <ak-47 gmx net> wrote:
>         Hi,
>         On Mon, 2009-03-30 at 13:26 +0200, b0unc3 wrote:
>         > I have an idea in my mind. I would like to develop an
>         extension for
>         > nautilus that can allow users to simply and quickly upload
>         file(s) to
>         > remote service(s). Remote service can be an FTP Server or an
>         SSH
>         > Server and make also possible to upload to online service
>         like Flickr,
>         > YouTube , picasaweb and so on.
>         > I'd like to know from you if it can be considered for a GSoC
>         project.
>         > Thank you.
>         FTP is already possible in nautilus - what is bad about the
>         current
>         implementation, or why is it currently not "simple and quick"
>         from your
>         point of view?
>         In general: Conduit is a blessed dependency of GNOME and
>         provides a
>         framework for parts of this (e.g. picasa, flickr etc), see
> for more information.
>         andre
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