%w(one two three).each do |title|
album = Picasync::Album.new(title)
Easy. No ability to upload images via the api yet, although its purpose is to farm-out uploading and cms tasks to Picasa's UI anyhow, so that Picasa can essentially power a site's galleries (but without hotlinking or hitting their feed on every page load).
Albums are synced locally via Picasync::Sync::All.new & Picasync::Sync::CSV.new, which fetches files to a single directory, hashing the file names and generating a couple of csvs for image sizes, captions and parent albums. Still to add table migrations and automatic csv imports.
It's also simple to fetch files arbitrarily, be it a whole album, or a particular image in a set (although things aren't properly tied together with csv generation yet):
Uses google's ClientLogin authentication scheme.
It's a work in progress and definitely not a drop-in solution for end users, but you can grab (and contribute to) the code on Github.
See the Readme for the methods I've got around to adding.
albums = Picasync::Album.find(:all, :images)
albums.each do |album|