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Where to find Gumroad content

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Anyone know a site that hosts Gumroad content for free, similarly as YP does for Patreon? The only artists left that I want content from post packs to Gumroad.

The source code is there, start your own site https://github.com/gumroad/omniauth-gumroad

>>55344
how is this supposed to be used to get gumroad content? i'm not antagonizing btw, i genuinely don't know.

>>55368
Do some research on API access tools and how to use it in your favor. I can't help you if you don't want to learn to program.
Also if you want to see some deprecated examples try https://github.com/search?o=desc&q=gumroad+API&s=updated&type=Repositories
We are in desperate need of programmers who can YP the world, so be my guest if you want to see this come sooner.

Here is a list of Gumroad pages that I would like the programmers to use as example for their scraper
https://gumroad.com/alansmithey
https://gumroad.com/drewlovelyhell
https://gumroad.com/elenadarkberry
https://gumroad.com/hkcomm
https://gumroad.com/kjimmy
https://gumroad.com/lawzilla
https://gumroad.com/mitgardknight
https://gumroad.com/stickyscribbles
https://gumroad.com/tonkatsu
https://gumroad.com/win4699

https://gumroad.com/aonika

https://gumroad.com/mijangshen1#wYVFX

You could like just... buy it and upload it for everyone else. just sayin

>>56343
The problem is that scrapers makes uploading easy.

>>56401
How is that a problem?

>>56416
I think what he meant to say is that having a scraper running on the server is easier than having the users upload themselves.
Home users typically have much slower upload speed compared to download. Uploading a 1 GB pack could take a very long time depending on where the user lives.
If a scraper were possible, it would just have the server download the content and it can serve it to everyone.

Could someone use their scrapers on this guy?
https://gumroad.com/seyrmo

>>55740
>>55888
>>55903
>>56586
lol this is embarrassing.

>>56641
There are furry artists on Gumroad too you fucking dip

>>56463
How do you propose a scraper would work for a place like Gumroad? It looks like you have to pay on a per-post basis, unlike Patreon.

>>56664
> Per post basis
Then you scrape post by post, pay by pay. It is not that hard, assuming you really wanted content from Gumroad, someone has to do the scraping anyway.

>>56796
Is there some place on Gumroad that shows what a given user paid for? That could be a good scraping target if all the necessary info is there.

>>56658
completely missed the point.

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