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Crosspost 0.1.3 Alpha Released! [Jan. 10th, 2005|10:25 am]
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For all those keeping up with new client projects, I'd like to announce Crosspost!

Crosspost is an extremely new project aimed at integrating multiple blogging communities into one interface. Currently supported protocols include:
  • Blogger
  • Livejournal
  • Xanga

While other applications have attempted to provide this functionality in the past, the Crosspost project is unique in interface design. With the click of a single button, users can crosspost to multiple accounts.

This alpha release provides the following features:
  • Re-designed SWT interface
  • Multiple user profiles, each with their own accounts
  • Profile storage/retrieval
  • Account verification for all protocols
  • Crossposting for all protocols
  • Post security levels (public, private, protected)

While this release is fully operational, it is an alpha release and, as such, it is missing common components such as integrated help. Be warned.

Crosspost project page:

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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2005-01-10 08:21 pm (UTC)

Optional Branding

Thanks for the reply!

I have always planned on making the branding optional. Right now, it's hard-wired in, but that will change as soon as I get the main features hammered out.
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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2005-01-10 08:23 pm (UTC)

Re: Optional Branding

Plus, the branding is only the <hr> and the one line that says it was posted by Crosspost. I feel that, especially with it eventually being a completely optional feature, it's not really all that intrusive.
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[User Picture]From: hythloday
2005-01-10 09:20 pm (UTC)

Re: Optional Branding

It's not the amount of branding that concerns most people, but the presence, at least in my opinion. But it's your client (and it's open-source, natch), so you get to do what you want. :-)
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