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Bug#505329: ITP: youtube-cache -- video cache to squid


Thanks for filing a request for packaging youtube cache. I would have packaged it myself but I am not familiar with the debian packaging system. I would suggest one change. Please change the architecture from i386(i686) to noarch as its not archicture dependent.

  Thanks again and best wishes.

Joao Eriberto Mota Filho wrote:
Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Joao Eriberto Mota Filho<eriberto@eriberto.pro.br>

* Package name    : youtube-cache
   Version         : 1.2
   Upstream Author : Kulbir Saini<kulbirsaini@students.iiit.ac.in>
* URL             : http://cachevideos.com
* License         : GPL
   Programming Lang: Python
   Description     : video cache to squid

Youtube Cache is a squid URL rewriter plugin which traps the requests
to squid for various audio/video websites and cache the audio/videos
in the local storage on proxy server for serving the subsequent requests
for the same audio/video. It caches the audio/video independently of squid
caching system. The cached files are stored in a browsable fashion.

Youtube Cache can currently cache videos from the following websites:

  * Youtube Videos - youtube.com and all country specific sub-domains like in.youtube.com. This includes the
    youtube videos served from Google (googlevideo.com) servers.
  * Metacafe Videos - metacafe.com.
  * DailyMotion Videos - dailymotion.com.
  * Google Videos - video.google.com.
  * Vimeo HD Videos - vimeo.com.
  * Wrzuta Audio - wrzuta.pl (not videos).
  * Red Tube Videos.
  * X Tube Videos.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: lenny/sid
   APT prefers testing
   APT policy: (500, 'testing')
Architecture: i386 (i686)

Thank you,
Kulbir Saini,
Computer Science and Engineering,
International Institute of Information Technology,
Hyderbad, India - 500032.

My Home-Page: http://saini.co.in/
My Open-Source Project : http://cachevideos.com/
My Web-Blog: http://fedora.co.in/

IRC nick : generalBordeaux
Channels : #fedora, #fedora-devel, #yum on freenode

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