Second klog post ever
Ok, klog is just a temporary name, but it's 4AM, and I am not creative. So, what is it? It's a PyQT client to PyDS.
Look at the picture in the link, if you want!
Now, I am not sure if I will work on it much, since I only did it to learn a bit about XMLRPC, but it DOES work, or else, you won't be able to read this anyway ;-)
Rationale: While PyDS is a great piece of work, editing text through a web page feels like scratching wearing gloves. It is doable, but it's not satisfying. So, I tried this just to see how hard it would be... answer: not very hard, really.
Just to keep me honest, and keep the software somewhat designed instead of piled, I am doing a advogato module that replaces the PyDS one (of course with much less functionality).
Cool! Did you use the MetaWeblogAPI or BloggerAPI, or did you use the PyDS native API?
hi roberto, I'm wondering whether you tried pyblosxom and what you thought of it in
comparison with PyDS.
(btw nice to see you blogging again, I had almost given up! ;-)
Georg: I used PyDS API, I think (what's on /RPC2/weblog)
Taj: you know me, I am not precisely a steady fellow. I am blogging now because I have free time. I have free time, because I have money. When either of those runs out, blogging suffers ;-)
I hadn't heard of pyblosxom before! Reading the web page, I still don't understand how it works, either.
I mean, what interface do you have? Just editing files as in bloxsom?