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Package: mnemosyne-blog (0.12-2) [universe]

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  • Decklin Foster

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Maildir-to-blog compiler with XML templating and Python extensions

Mnemosyne is a simple blogging system which generates static files. Instead of using a database or filesystem hierarchy, you store your entries in a Maildir. Writing a blog entry is thus as easy as sending an email, and rebuilding the blog can be automated with mail filters, cron, etc.

XHTML and XML are generated with Kid templates; a bare-bones web view and an Atom feed are included as examples. Mnemosyne is extensible in Python to add features such as input preprocessing (reStructuredText is used by default), metadata ("tags" are standard) and filtering entries for custom feeds.

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