My Radio subscription runs for another 11 months and I have some 40MB of webspace there, so why not use it. Also, it seems that it's going to take forever for people to switch their subscriptions from the old RSS feed to the new one. So, I wrote an XML-RPC client for Userland's Radio cloud this weekend and a little command line utility for upstreaming stuff outside of Radio. Of course, the real reason for the client piece is to be able to have my blog engine automatically push changes in the RSS feed up to my old blog location for as long as the Radio subscription runs, so that even the lazy folks get the right stuff. It'll be a switchable option in the next public dasBlog build.
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