I've had a response from Slideshare/LinkedIn support for this issue - spotted the thread when looking for alternate solutions.
Thank you for your email and I am sorry for any inconvenience this may
have caused. We're always looking for ways to improve the SlideShare
experience for our members. This sometimes means removing features
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youtube-upload now uses Youtube APIv3 and OAuth2, whereas GoogleCL is broken due to OAuth1 turndown.
https://github.com/vinitkumar/googlecl is a fork of GoogleCL, which claims to have been ported to OAuth2 (it is not available via PyPI though).
Use GoogleCL, the universal Google command line client. It's implemented in Python and ...
For the updated YouTube interface, you just need to hover over the Channel Owner's name just below the video and a popup overlay shows up showing all subscribers and amount of videos uploaded.
Some YouTube users keep their videos private, which can only be accessed when you subscribe to them. In such a case, getting the number of videos uploaded is a bit ...
Working as of June 2020:
Simply search the channel name
Go to the channel's Videos page (at https://www.youtube.com/user/username/videos) by clicking on the channel and then clicking on "Videos" tab. Next to "Uploads" there is a link titled "Play All" which takes you to a playlist of all uploads. The playlist will list how many total videos have been ...
It is not possible to upload files other than image and video files to Blogger. You would have to use other file sharing websites like Dropbox to share such files.
Also, your Google Drive link works perfectly fine, feel free to use that link to share the same file with other people.
Use this straightforward tutorial on accessing the standard Youtube Cloud API, takes 10 mins to setup and gets the job done:
Google happens to have its own upload_video.py script, and I could make it work with some, or rather a lot of, efforts mainly ...
GitHub's web interface will not show the File Upload button until you've made your first commit.
When working with Git, every repository needs to be initialized with a starting set of files to work from, typically, in the form of a README file. Strangely, GitHub does not allow you to make this first commit by uploading files from the web interface.
I will assume your resume/CV is in LaTeX or TeX, since you already asked there.
I used this method with my LaTeX resume the last time I was looking for work:
Don't use fancy columns or layouts. PDF parsers seem to work from left to right, line by line, so text from columns get mixed together. Keep the text as one flow. Make it simple. Use a pdf to text ...
As of 2017 or so, none of the public methods (i.e., methods that don't require an API token) on this page are working. Here's a method that does work as of lately (mid-2018):
Change the UC prefix of the channel ID to UU and use it to access its playlist page. Note that you will change the URL pattern from …/channel/UC… to …/playlist?list=UU… when you use ...
yimg.com is Yahoo's CDN service – it hosts any kind of static files that are part of their website, such as images, stylesheets, webfonts, or user uploads. Different subdomains have different purposes, but in general it's used for data storage.
In this case, https://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/ hosts files uploaded by Yahoo Groups users. (These used to act as ...
Unfortunately, Google Forms does not allow anonymous uploads. All uploaders need to be logged in with Google accounts. The workaround would be to use some external 3rd-party cloud/server as a gathering point for uploaded files.
Note that now that there is Google Drive, you can just drag-and-drop the folder from your file browser into the Google Drive webpage to import the whole folder (and keeping the file directory structure intact at the same time).
I was told by a guy who works in the unemployment office:
You should always, always keep and upload a formatted plain text version. What happens behind the scenes is that PDFs and Word docs get parsed and mangled when the servers look for keywords in your résumé.
Trust me; he's right.
[EDIT] As commenter @Husky mentions, GData is no longer available. Original answer left below for archival purposes.
You can also access it via the API, just point your browser to the following URL (after replacing TheChannel by your channel name), and read the value for totalItems:
There are several good options using the MediaWiki web API.
With a graphical interface: use VicuñaUploader. Not much to say, basically just install it and enter your wiki URL, directory. The rest will be obvious.
From the command line, use pywikibot's upload.py. Something like:
for image in $(ls); do ... upload.py -family:wikia -lang:mywiki -filename:$...
Bintray.com is a social platform for community-based software distribution.
It is also the only platform that integrates developer tools (Build tools, etc.) and APIs, allowing full process automation, including auto-generating of indexes for multiple repository formats and also, the platform is highly available and optimized to deliver high-performance ...
Yes, it's normal. Google Photos and Picasaweb (and presumably Google+ Photos) all simply use the same data store. I can't imagine that they would have wanted to copy all those petabytes of images from one place to another; better to just create a new app to point to the old data.
This website offers a feasible solution: https://forms.studio
I just tried it and it works very nicely. This is a demo.
Their video tutorial walks you through the necessary steps.
In a nutshell one needs to copy their Google sheets file including the necessary scripts and then activate and edit it.
Using scripts from unknown parties can be potentially ...
Upload to Dropbox (or Google Drive, or OneDrive, or Box) using the desktop software.
Add the video to your Vimeo account directly without re-uploading.
Convert the Vimeo video to a native Facebook video without re-uploading. (This feature is only available to Vimeo Plus, Pro and Business customers, and is called publishing to social.)
OK, I'm also working on Windows 8. And after many attempts with some troublesome PDF files, I solved in a cumbersome way.
First, I sent the files to myself via mail using the web application. Once I got my own message I selected the attached files and click the option that says, send to google drive. Voila!.
Not the best solution, but at least a solution ...
In your guild settings panel, granted you have the Manage Emojis permission (you are the guild owner so you have all permissions), you will have a tab named "Emoji".
From there you can upload, rename, or remove custom emoji for that guild.
Here is how you can do those things:
Clicking the blurple button saying "Upload Emoji" will allow you to pick a ...
If you upload/drag-n-drop an XLSX file to Google Drive, you should be able to edit that Sheet immediately provided you convert it to Google Sheets format. I don't believe that if you preserve the Microsoft format, that you can edit an XLSX file saved to Drive.
From your screenshot, it looks like you're in the Sheets app and importing an XLSX -- if that ...
OneDrive has an upload limit of 1000 individual files per session, I think user1563721 has come to realize this and has started uploading his/her photos one thousand at a time.
OneDrive chose the thousand limit because it is a limit that will work on most browsers.
As suggested before, if you want to upload 20,000 files at once, try using a desktop sync ...
You should be able to upload your document by pressing the Upload button in your Manage Document Templates menu:
If you cannot see this button, for whatever reason, I would recommend submitting a support ticket: https://www.cognitoforms.com/supportrequest/
The Youtube upload engine is very powerful. Since I asked this question, I have witnessed a number of occasions in which the upload process was interrupted and then resumed without any sort of error.
I cannot testify beyong doubt whether the uploaded file is bit-identical, but it most likely is.