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Fetch OAuth Authenticated YouTube API Version 2.0 Requests with GData-Python-Client, Including Insight

We’ve been using Google’s GData-Python-Client library to connect our VidCaster client accounts to YouTube, which allows for neat operations like importing* and exporting of video. A key component of VidCaster is to provide simple aggregated video analytics to our users, … Continue reading

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Adobe hands On2 a fat wad of cash in the form of proprietary video codec support.

As a form of advanced procrastination, I did a great deal of research on Flash video codecs this morning. I was spurred by reaction to a presentation I made last night where a young lady quite bluntly said, “You can … Continue reading

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Making a complex customized Django form template? Remember to include form.non_field_errors!

This drove me crazy for about 30 minutes. If you’re making a heavily customized form template with Django, the newforms documentation suggests this format: But, if you do any sort of non-field specific (form-level) validation, those validation messages won’t be … Continue reading

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