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0.2-beta is out for testing!

Go and grab pLog 0.2-beta and help us testing! The beta is feature complete and there shouldn't be many bugs left (as far as we know :)) The only things missing are the updated versions of the non-English languages but that has been scheduled for the first release candidate. For a brief list of changes since 0.1.2, see the release notes. We will provide a more detailed one for the final version. And remember, you can still help us to translate pLog to your language!
Drop us a line in the forums if you find any bug. Happy plogging! :)

Translate pLog into your own language!

One of the key features of pLog is that it supports multiple languages out of the box. So far, as well as English it has been translated into Spanish, Catalan, German, Japanese, Chinese (traditional), Chinese (Taiwan) and Russian. However, if you feel that you could take care of translating pLog into your own language and of course maintaining it in the future (don't worry, it's not too much work) you should then drop us a line for example in our forums or emailig me ( Any effort regarding this area will be greatly appreciated!

Status update

It's been a few weeks since the last post in this journal but that doesn't mean that we're not here anymore. In fact, it means that we're so busy getting the next release ready that we haven't had any time to write here.
First of all, and thanks to one of our most loyal users, we have moved the main journal and the forums to a faster server and we even have our own domain name: The pLog team would like to express our gratefulness for such kind gesture :)
Regarding the current status, the release schedule of the fortcoming 0.2 release was posted to the mailing list, so if everything goes well, we'll have 0.2 sometime late November. The next release will come packed with new features and improvement such as a more powerful administration interface, user levels and easy interface to add/remove users from a blog, possibility of changing the timestamp of posts (now you can for instance post things in the future :)), blog-specific templates, improved plugin interface, and many more! Stay tuned and remember that if you feel like giving us a hand by testing the latest features, you can always use the CVS version (it ought to be quite stable at the moment)