ActivePython license

It suddenly dawned on me yesterday that although the licenses for various modules that Synclosure uses are being respected, I hadn’t closely looked at the license for ActivePython, which comes into play when using cx_Freeze to “wrap” the application and ActivePython together for distribution.

So I checked it: http://docs.activestate.com/activepython/2.7/license.html

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Synclosure 0.2.1 (stable) released!

As announced here, Synclosure 0.2.1 has been released.

This release fixes an embarrassing bug which resulted in unusable Windows binaries. My apologies to everyone who encountered this problem.

Please try the release, provide feedback and let others know of Synclosure if you find it useful.

Ways to interact with the project:

Synclosure 0.2 (stable) released!

As announced here, Synclosure 0.2 has been released.

This release incorporates a collection of minor changes to improve application feedback and improve handling of feed errors.

Please try the release, provide feedback and let others know of Synclosure if you find it useful.

Ways to interact with the project:

Synclosure lives, again!

As mentioned previously, the Synclosure project has been revived and is hosted at http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/.

After a coding/project management binge, I’ve incorporated nearly all of my modifications from the last few years into Synclosure’s trunk. I’m not done, not by a long shot, but I want to go ahead and open the site up to get feedback.

As of now, the site is live. Please feel free to provide (constructive) feedback, I welcome it.