[ANN] Rubilicious 0.2.0 (The "about freakin time" Release)

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  1. Paul Duncan

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    Hi Everyone,

    Rubilicious 0.2.0 is out in the wild. Rubilicious is a native Ruby
    binding for the popular social bookmarking site Delicious
    (http://del.icio.us/). This release adds full support for the new HTTP
    Delicious API, fixes a number of outstanding bugs, and significantly
    improves the documentation. A detailed list of changes since 0.1.5 can
    be found in the ChangeLog below.

    Note: If you are upgrading from an earlier release, please take a
    moment to read the release notes. There have been a couple minor API
    changes, mainly to reflect changes in the Delicious API. If you use
    Rubilicious to connect to a non-Delicious social bookmarking site, I've
    provided a couple of methods to enable backwards-compatible behavior.

    Enough mumbo-jumbo. Here's what you're really looking for:

    URLs
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    * Tarball
    o Download: http://pablotron.org/files/rubilicious-0.2.0.tar.gz
    o Signature: http://pablotron.org/files/rubilicious-0.2.0.tar.gz.asc
    * Gem
    o Download: http://pablotron.org/files/gems/rubilicious-0.2.0.gem
    o Signature: http://pablotron.org/files/gems/rubilicious-0.2.0.gem.asc
    * Documentation
    o API Reference: http://pablotron.org/software/rubilicious/doc/
    o ChangeLog: http://pablotron.org/software/rubilicious/ChangeLog-0.2.0
    o Release Notes: http://pablotron.org/software/rubilicious/release_notes-=
    0.2.0.txt

    Again, please consider at least skimming the release notes if you're
    upgrading from a prior release.

    Rubilicious available as a Debian package, courtesy of Nobuhiro IMAI,
    and in the main RubyGems repository, courtesy of Chad Fowler (yes, I
    really am too lazy to upload gems :D). =20

    Questions, comments, and large quantities of unmarked, non-sequential
    hundred-dollar bills are always appreciated, and can be sent to the
    email address below.

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