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Old 10-05-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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LXer: The PyBlosxom blogging software isn't dead, but it's not terribly alive either, plus why I use


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PyBlosxom, a very worthy project that took the Perl-based Blosxom and re-did it in Python, has been slow, development-wise, for a long time now. In recent months the project was near death, but a new maintainer is at least watching over what's left. Not that Blosxom is an active, living project, because it isn't.

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