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Crosspost 0.2.2 Alpha [Jan. 17th, 2006|04:26 pm]
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[trippingbilly]
Crosspost 0.2.2 Alpha is out on the streets.

http://crosspost.sourceforge.net

This version simply updates the MySpace backend, which was broken by yet another MySpace site authentication change.

Currently supported blog services are:
  • Livejoural
  • Blogger
  • Myspace
  • Xanga


Give it a whirl. If you have ideas for added features, go here.

Posted by Crosspost! software.
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From: eyeh8u
2006-01-20 05:10 am (UTC)
I see you use drupal for the site.

I wrote a couple of authentication modules for the drupal login service. It allows people to login with their livejournal or blogger account details. They're in the modules archive at the drupal site.

I use both on the site for my crosspost software. Since my userbase has livejournal and blogger accounts, I thought it made sence to let them login using those accounts...
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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2006-01-20 10:30 am (UTC)
Not a bad idea. =)

I just set drupal up a week or two ago. I'm filling content in behind the scenes, which I'll publish as it's completed. I have a friend working on a theme.
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From: eyeh8u
2006-04-22 02:25 am (UTC)

Re: OOH!

No, I'm stating that I have an auth module that allows you to login to a drupal site with your livejournal login

http://drupal.org/node/15859

I have an application that allows you to cross-post:

http://www.skinmaster.co.uk/multiblog
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