I pushed the first “proof-of-concept” quality implementation to the GIT a month ago. I’ve been using it with the Irssi script (in the
scripts directory) to get http URLs with meta information to IRC. The Irssi script needs to be modified to match the directories and IRC servers in use and both the script and the sharing plugin are still missing most of the error checking and extra functionality. Nevertheless, they’ve worked for me for the past weeks.
For the sharing plugin I’ve given something like the following command line:
scp %s firstname.lastname@example.org:~/photos_incoming/%s
There’s two times the
%s as the local temporary file name doesn’t match the actual file name to be copied. And that assumes the SSH keys have been exchanged so that no passwords will be asked.
The Irssi script polls the incoming directory for new images. For each new file, it moves the file to public WWW tree, gets the meta information with exiftool and prints something like this to the specified IRC channel:
Title: Description [tags] (GPS coordinates) http://foo.bar.fi/~kulve/imagename.jpg
I modified the Irssi script a bit before pushing it to the GIT, so no guarantees it works. And that’s my first Irssi script ever, so it may do something odd ;)
There’s no debian packages yet as neither the script nor the plugin have been tested properly. Comments, testing and patches are welcome.