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delicious2fluid 0.1.2

Imports delicious bookmarks to FluidDB

A simple script to import delicious tags into FluidDB.


You need to have an account on both and FluidDB. To sign up for Fluidinfo visit:

Once installed simply run the following command and answer the questions:

$ delicious2fluid

Your username and password for both services are not stored in any way shape or form. If you encounter a problem you can find the log in the d2f.log file.

NOTE private bookmarks are ignored. The tags attached to them are created within FluidDB but the object representing the private bookmark is not created. Obviously, I don’t this script to leak inadvertantly potentially private information.

For more information about FluidDB please see:

When running the script you’ll be asked for your username and password for both delicious and FluidDB.

The following tags will be created in FluidDB (you can override the default parent namespace):


Given the tags above, FluidDB will store the tag values as a collection of strings in the “tag” tag. In addition each tag in delicious will be created in FluidDB under the parent namespace:

File Type Py Version Uploaded on Size
delicious2fluid-0.1.2.tar.gz (md5) Source 2010-12-21 5KB (md5) Source 2010-12-21 7KB