I have been wanting to blog about one of the other projects that I am working on: Syncropated!, so here we go :-)
Basically Syncropated! is an application for easily synchronizing your media contents with mass storage devices such as the Nokia 770 and MP3 players.
Currently it will find your static playlists from Amarok and Rhythmbox and let you sync these with the mass storage device connected. It then automatically generated pls and m3u playlists on the device which are used by most cheap MP3 players. It also handles replacing playlists gracefully, by making sure that no songs are deleted that might be referred to from another playlist. It also syncs photo albums from Picasa and F-spot support is also planned.
It is my first real Python project, and I am slowly getting my hang of it. Python is nice, though there are some things that I dislike. Anyway, I should probably do a few more Python projects to form my opinion on the language.
Anyway, it you would like to check out Syncropated!, it can be found in Ubuntu universe (edgy) under the name syncropated. Go try it out today!