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Amarok Atom Syndication


Amarok Script

Score 56%
Link:  http://
Downloads:  60
Submitted:  Sep 28 2007
Updated:  Sep 30 2007


This script allows you to post your current track list to the web, via Google Pages services. Track list is posted in ATOM XML format.

In order to use this script you need to have signed for a Google account, and signed for the Google Pages service.

Later, you can consume your file from different ATOM feed readers, to show up what songs you have recently played


10 Aug 2007 - 0.1.0
* Initial release

11 Sep 2007 - 0.1.1
* Bug fixes
* Size reduction

28 Sep 2007 - 0.1.2
* Cookie file path fixed (Pete Jewell)
* Add XML headers (Pete Jewell)
* Code splitted and organized in several file
* Independent configuration file (config.pl)
* Album cover fetching and added to entry
* Limit of entries (MAX_ELEMENTS)
* Bug fixes

30 Sep 2007 - 0.1.3
* Bug fixes: error on deleting last entry

Source(Diego Pino)
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 Didya know?

 by ljubomir on: Oct 1 2007
Score 50%

This is nice (haven't tried it though), but did you know, that Last.fm provides RSS feed automatically? You need only Last.fm account.

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 Re: Didya know?

 by dpino on: Oct 1 2007
Score 50%

Happy you find this useful..^_^

Yes, I know about Last.fm service but haven't tried yet.

The point is that music syndication from Last.fm only applies to the music you listen through Last.fm, if I am correct.

Neither you can customize the links that will be linked to a song on the list, etc.

I think it will be nice if there were a service on the net were you could store syndication files easily. Then you could have, for example, a list of the last songs you have listened to no matter what player or operating system you have used (Amarok from Linux, Windows Media Player from Windows, etc)

Finally, I wrote this weekend a google gadget for consuming contents syndicated with Amarok Atom Syndication. The best thing is that is possible to set up a refreshing interval (10 minutes by default). You can take a look here:


I submited it to Google Gadget repository but still waiting for the OK to see if they add it or not. I will feel very glad to share it with other users.

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 googlePages error

 by bigalreturns on: Dec 1 2007
Score 50%

I've got the script installed fine, but when it runs I get Error Code 2, ERROR on connecting to googlePages. Please, check your settings

I'm definitely logged into gpages, with remember me on. I looked in the config file, and checked my cookie location, it seems to be found:
at that location, not the default one, but this doesn't change anything.
I also tried going manually to the username.googlepages.com/upload-file-simple/username
and I get told I have invalid user credentials. Is this anything to do with it?
Look forward to hearing from you, thanks!

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 Re: googlePages erro

 by bigalreturns on: Dec 1 2007
Score 50%

on the second url where i get the invalid authorization credentials, i mean
not the one I put before.

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 Re: Re: googlePages

 by bigalreturns on: Dec 1 2007
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OK, a bit more digging done, and going through the source of the gpages main page, it appears that the upload-file-simple page is now accessed with an authtoken passed via GET. As far as I can tell it stays constant within a session, so I tried appending it to the url in config.py, but still to no avail.

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