Countless times I have bought a CD and ripped it to my music collection only to find that it has no meta data. No artist, no album and worst off all no album art (I like my album art alright). There are countless tools out there that could do this for me but I wanted one that I had made because why not?
Pydio stands for “Put You Data in Orbit” which essentially means that your data is accessible from the web. This is especially useful if your server isn’t easily accessible.
When your working with lots of data Python can’t understand what it is looking at unless you tell it. However, we can get python to recognise English by using a dictionary and loops. Continue reading Detecting English Using Python
Reading and writing to files can be extremely useful for saving data or storing configurations for programs.
Downloading files overnight can be very useful especially when you want to use your internet during the day and it’s not the fastest connection ever. The Raspberry Pi is extremely low power and so makes a great server to be left on overnight.