Esteban Manchado Velázquez
Trying to use SMTP authentication from the program itself was an extra hassle, but for the user and for me. Worse yet, it didn't even work properly because of spam lists and what have you. So, to hell with it.
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|src||9 months ago|
|test/photo_memories||3 years ago|
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|LICENSE||3 years ago|
|README.md||3 years ago|
|config-example.edn||9 months ago|
|project.clj||3 years ago|
Small script to send yourself a collection of old images from your Shotwell collection. Shotwell is a GNOME program to keep photos.
The idea is to call this program every week from a cronjob or similar, and it will send you "what you were doing this week x years ago".
You will need Leiningen to install and run this program.
Then, you have to create a configuration file
config.edn. Copy it
config-example.edn and modify its values.
Having it installed and in your
$PATH should be enough to run
photo-memories. The first time you run it, it will take a while
installing the dependencies, though.
If you want to use the current date as a reference (normal usage for a cronjob) simply call it like so:
$ lein run
If you want to specify a custom reference date, for testing or to see how it works, you can provide it as a parameter like so:
$ lein run 2017-07-30
Copyright © 2017 Esteban Manchado Velázquez
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.