OK Folks, I know that planet.python.org and planetpython.org underwent a merger, and during the merger a new, or patched, or somehow upgraded version of planet went into effect on both. However, I cannot find a link to the info post any more.
I would like to put the latest stable version of PlanetPlanet into effect on the Google Summer of Code/Python site but I am wary of using the devel repo without any inside info. (I am currently running 2.0, which is the latest official release.)
Should I use the dev repo, or should I track down whatever version planet.python.org is using?
Posted by Ryan Phillips on 2009-05-17 at 18:28.
Titus, I was the planetpython.org admin... I used Sam Ruby's fork of the planet code called Venus. <a href="http://intertwingly.net/code /venus/">http://intertwingly.net/code/venus/</a> I haven't the foggiest idea the state of the official code.
Posted by Titus Brown on 2009-05-17 at 19:52.
Awesome, thanks Ryan!
Posted by Paul Boddie on 2009-05-18 at 04:47.
By the way, the links in your RSS feed always seem to use invalid URLs for your articles (or at least those links exposed by Thunderbird's RSS reader). This article had the following URL: <a href="http://ivory.idyll.org/blog/2009/05/17/planet-planet- planet">http://ivory.idyll.org/blog/2009/05/17/planet-planet- planet</a>