Disclaimer: I am the Chief Evangelist for the photo sharing start up Zooomr.
Over the weekend Steve Cohen, the developer of jUploader posted on the fact that his software, jUploader, would in fact be the official bulk uploader for Zooomr. For those of you that haven’t tried out Steve’s jUploader for Flickr, you should. It’s got tons of innovative features and is the best bulk uploader out there today.
So Steve’s now developed a version of jUploader that supports both Flickr and Zooomr and we are looking for a few people to test the bulk uploader out and *most importantly* provide feedback directly to Steve on what is working or not working with the bulk uploader with Zooomr.
So here’s what Steve is doing. Steve is going to select five people who would like to test out jUploader’s bulk uploader for Zooomr. The catch is that he is looking for five people who will provide him with the highest quality feedback. If you think you would like to try out the bulk uploader and think that you can provide Steve quality feedback, then drop a comment on this blog post as to why you think you’d be a good bulk uploader tester. Steve will select five users based on these comments.
I’ve been testing the uploader myself and have to say that I’ve been very pleased with the results with Zooomr. Steve still has a few kinks to work out but the software does a great job at bulk uploading.
By the way, Steve’s software is open source and really is the result of a labor of love on his part and the desire to build a much better bulk uploader for both Flickr and Zooomr than what exists today.
Congrats Steve and thanks for helping us by developing your bulk uploader for Zooomr as well.
Update: The initial testers have been selected and the beta for jUploader is closed at this point. Stay tuned for a public release in the near future.