30 Oct 2002 abram   » (Observer)

Hep 0.3 is out

I'm happy to announce that Hep 0.3 is up for download.

This release of Hep lets you use your favorite e-mail program to post weblog entries.  Supported weblog systems are Blogger, BloggerAPI, MetaWeblogAPI, and Virgule (Advogato-type diaries).  As in previous releases, Hep also fetches messages from RSS feeds and Virgule diaries and converts them to e-mail.

It's been a few months since my last release of Hep.  In that time I've done a lot of work on Hep's core architecture, most notably converting all the networking stuff to use Twisted.  If you're interested in getting involved with the development of Hep, now is a good time to do it.  Grab the release, try it out, report bugs.

To make it easier for other people to get involved, I've created a project (called hepserver) on SourceForge.  The code is in CVS.  There's also a mailing list for developers.

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