I offer this up merely because it's what I happen to
use used to use when posting my blogs. Seriously, this application is
completely useless to you nowadays, it's only still listed for posterity.
Current version: Tacky 0.7.1
- Requires PyBlosxom.
- Well, it's a GUI.
- Simple HTML highlighter.
- Can insert your Konqueror bookmarks automatically hyperlinked.
- Pretty much stays out of your way otherwise.
- Uses KIO so that you can post to anywhere you can access with a KIOSlave.
This can be especially useful with the fish kioslave, which allows you
to post to anywhere you have SSH access to.
- Version 0.7.1
- French translation, courtesy of Thomas Nagy.
- The "Browse" button in the Settings dialog works again.
- Removed the "Atom-enabled" section of the Settings dialog, there's no code behind it yet.
- bksys updates.
- If you are using a local protocol (in other words, your blog files are on your system), Tacky will ensure that editing a prior blog entry doesn't make it appear as the latest.
- Mouse cursor is set to busy on startup until the read of the blog directory is completed.
- Tacky won't let you try to remove the root category anymore.
- Version 0.7.0
- You can now open old blog entries and edit them, and save the changes. Welcome to the 20th century.
- Startup speedups.
- Code re-organization, hopefully someday tacky won't be limited to pyblosxom blogging.
- Version 0.6.5
- Tacky fully supports KDE KIOSlaves.
- Added Remove Category command to category context menu.
- Version 0.6.4
- Added support for previewing your blog entry.
- You have to have be able to reach your PyBlosxom data directory using KIO.
For 99% of you, this means you'll be running PyBlosxom on your system, just like I am. If your provider supports SSH access you can use the sftp:// or fish:// kioslaves.
- I haven't extensively tested it for bugs.
- KDE 3 only.
- Seriously, there are one million better tools for this, use something else. :)
- Add KIO support.
- Add Blogger API support.
- Add secure publishing API support.
- Allow posting without publishing. (You can fake this by using a file
extension of .txt- though)
- Allow editing prior blog entries.
- Allow previewing your blog entry before you publish it.