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NAME
    s60-fladdressbook - fetch and merge Flickr account data for an address
    book contact.

SYNOPSIS
     Phone > My own > Python > Options > Run script > s60-fladdressbook.py

DESCRIPTION
    Fetch and merge Flickr account data for an address book contact.

OPTIONS
  Merge a contact
    Select a contact, and their email address, from you address book and try
    to find a corresponding Flickr user. If a match is found the following
    details will be added to the contact's entry :

    * Flickr Photos
        Stored as a link to the user's photostream.

    * Flickr Photos (Mobile)
        Stored as a link to the user's photostream on the Flickr mobile
        site.

    * Flickr RSS Feed
        Stored as a link to the RSS feed of the user's photostream.

    * Flickr NSID
        The user's Flickr NSID (a unique identifier) often required by other
        Flickr API methods. This is stored as a note.

    * Flickr Username
        The user's Flickr screen name. This is stored as a note.

    * Flickr FOAF mbox_sha1sum
        The mbox_sha1sum value of the user's primary email address on
        Flickr. This value is used in FOAF applications and is stored as a
        note.

REQUIREMENTS
  Series 60 Python
    <http://postneo.com/postwiki/moin.cgi/PythonForSeries60>

  PDIS Python extensions
    <http://pdis.hiit.fi/pdis/download/pdis/>

    (Specifically the XML/XPath bits)

VERSION
    0.11

DATE
    $Date: 2006/08/22 18:26:55 $

AUTHOR
    Aaron Straup Cope

SEE ALSO
    <http://www.aaronland.info/weblog/2006/08/04/zebra#watching>

COPYRIGHT
    Copyright (c) 2006 Aaron Straup Cope. All Rights Reserved.

LICENSE
    Perl Artistic License.

    This is free software, you may use it and distribute it under the same
    terms as Perl itself.