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A tool to get a number of flickr uploads or single pictures and create markdown strings out of them

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Fetches last Flickr uploads and convert them to markdown syntax for using it in a markdown blogging environment. For example with pelican.:

Usage: flickr2markdown [OPTIONS]

  --version                    Show the version and exit.
  --user TEXT                  Flickr Username
  --count INTEGER              Number of last pictures to fetch
  --id TEXT                    ID of a single image
  --url TEXT                   URL of a single image
  --size [small|medium|large]  Image size: small, medium, large
  --help                       Show this message and exit.


pip install flickr2markdown


The config is needed for the flickr API key. It needs to be located in ~/.flickr2markdown. You can obtain a flickr API key here.


key = abc123

user = marvinxsteadfast
size = large



$ flickr2markdown --user marvinxsteadfast --count 5



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