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grok gets a mailing list

For a few days now I've felt that grok should have some kind of mailing list. Why? It's maturing and now is the time to start building a community.

What hosting provider should I use? Sourceforge, berlios, and other open source hosting sites may provide mailing lists, but they also provide things I don't need: CVS repository, web hosting, etc. All I needed was mailing lists.

I had forgotten about Google Groups! I created a new list for grok, [email protected]. There are lots of administrative options available to me as an admin, and the interface to those options doesn't suck.

Free and easy mailing list hosting? I'll take it.

Please join me the on the grok-users mailing list :)

Group URL: http://groups.google.com/group/grok-users/

Pyblosxom contributed plugins for 1.3.x finally out

Subject says it all. I've really wanted comments working in pyblosxom 1.3 for quite some time. However, all googling points to old versions of the comments plugin that only works on the older versions. I checked the pyblosxom page tonight and was pleasantly surprised that a contributed plugin set had been released early this month.

If you use pyblosxom 1.3.x, plugin updates are ready for your use.

On that note, comment functionality is FINALLY here on this site. To those of you reading this site, feel free to comment! I love feedback.

Go to the pyblosxom website