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ANNOUNCEMENT: Python Community Server v0.10 now available!

The Python Community Server freshmeat page is telling me that the last time I did a proper SourceForge/freshmeat release for PyCS was 2 June, 2002.  For some reason I don't seem to have blogged about it (1/2).

Anyway, here's a quick note to say that Python Community Server version 0.10, complete with an improved installer, an updated howto, and a nice cleanup by Michael Hay to make it run as a proper daemon, is out!

To get one yourself, get yourself a Unix box (it's been tested on Linux and FreeBSD), read the aforementioned howto, and get going!  Alternatively, I can host one for you, with all the bells and whistles: comments, authentication, nice URLs.

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