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Crosspost 0.2.3 Alpha [Jan. 23rd, 2006|01:39 pm]
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[trippingbilly]
Crosspost 0.2.3 Alpha is out on the streets.

http://crosspost.sourceforge.net

This version updates the MySpace backend AGAIN, which was broken by yet another MySpace site change. I'm beginning to wonder if it's worth trying to keep up with those yahoos over at MySpace.

This version also corrects a couple of bugs involving blank subjects. Blogger and MySpace don't allow empty subjects so, for now, if you leave a subject blank, it will fill it with a portion of the post text when it is submitted.

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


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

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[User Picture]From: bluey
2006-01-23 10:23 pm (UTC)
This version updates the MySpace backend AGAIN, which was broken by yet another MySpace site change. I'm beginning to wonder if it's worth trying to keep up with those yahoos over at MySpace.

Did I miss something or does MySpace not promise any kind of API or backend stability since they don't publish any kind of protocol specs or have a developer program? To be fair to them, their only concern should be making sure that MySpace works with MySpace. ;)
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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2006-01-24 01:47 pm (UTC)
Ok, so maybe the term yahoo was a bit harsh. =)

But still, even if their only concern should be making sure that MySpace works with MySpace, they make a horrific number of changes to core site mechanisms. For a site with so many users, one would think that the base operation of the site would remain fairly stable.
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