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Skrooge downloads and adds bills as properties by using boobill (weboob)

stoolpigeon (454276) writes | about a year ago

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I was reading the most recent KDE Commit Digest and I see one of the bullet points is "Skrooge downloads and adds bills as properties by using boobill (weboob)".

I know what Skrooge is though I've never used it. Not sure if I want to find out what boobill or weboob are, at least not at work.

I was reading the most recent KDE Commit Digest and I see one of the bullet points is "Skrooge downloads and adds bills as properties by using boobill (weboob)".

I know what Skrooge is though I've never used it. Not sure if I want to find out what boobill or weboob are, at least not at work.

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Jeremiah Cornelius (137) | about a year ago | (#45059791)

Chosen by asking Dutch people to produce non-sequiturs.

(Intentionally?) Unfortunate abbreviations (1)

Qzukk (229616) | about a year ago | (#45060381)

web oob is "web outside of browsers" which appears to be a set of web-scraping applications.

No idea how boobill got its name, but given that it only works with about 6 european phone companies, Jeremiah might be right.

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