[ANN] Voidspace Python Guestbook 1.4.1 (etc)

Discussion in 'Python' started by Fuzzyman, Apr 29, 2005.

  1. Fuzzyman

    Fuzzyman Guest

    My Honoured Guests
    =====================

    Yup... the time has come, **The Voidspace Python Guestbook 1.4.1** has
    been released into the wild.

    * `The Guestbook Homepage`__
    * `Quick Download Link (120k)`__
    * `Plain Guestbook Example`__
    * `Voidspace Guestbook`__ [#]_

    __ http://www.voidsapce.org.uk/python/guestbook.html
    __
    http://www.voidsapce.org.uk/cgi-bin/voidspace/downman.py?file=guestbook.zip
    __ http://www.voidsapce.org.uk/cgi-bin/voidspace/guestbook.py
    __ http://www.voidsapce.org.uk/cgi-bin/voidspace/guestbook2.py

    What is the Voidspace Python Guestbook
    ========================================

    Guestbook is a Python script that allows you to add a 'guestbook'
    facility to your website. It is fully customisable using HTML templates
    - so the guestbook will appear to be fully integrated with your
    website. The entries are saved in a plain text file, for easy editing,
    and there is a naughty word filter as well. Almost every aspect of the
    appearance is editable using the templates. A few other user settings
    can be configured as well. All the instructions are contained in the
    template file.

    It can email you when an entry is made by someone, and also features
    smilies, spam protection, javascript form validation, and allows a
    limited set of html in comments. It is regularly improved and updated.


    What's New ?
    ===============

    This is a major update since the last release [#]_. The new features
    are :

    * Javascript form validation (client side)
    * More advanced anti-spam features (we do a basic check that the entry
    was made by a human rather than a bot)
    * A limited set of html is now allowed in entries
    * Smilies !!!!
    * Better use of CSS in the standard template
    * Counter tells you how many times the guestbook has been viewed
    * A few other bugfixes and improvements

    Because of the changes there are a few external files (python modules
    and javascript files) that will need to be installed, as well as the
    smiley images. Full instructions come with the docs.


    ... [#] Using the HTML templates
    ... [#] Version 1.3.0 was the last released version. 1.4.0 did exist for
    a few days before it was superceded.....



    *Also*...

    FireMail the firedrop plugin has been updated. It now resolves the
    macros before emailing. The plugin.zip also now contains rest.py (reST
    support for firedrop) which has also been updated, and the update isn't
    yet included in the official distribution.

    See http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/programs.shtml#firedrop


    *Also*....

    A couple of new 'recipes' that *may* be of interest.

    googlerank
    How Well Ranked is Your Website ?
    Version 0.1.0 18th April 2005
    googlerank is a small recipe that uses the google api. You give it a
    domain (by setting a variable), and then a set of search terms via
    stdin. It then does google searches until a result from your domain is
    found (so long as it is within the first 200 results - 20 searches).
    This tells you how far down the list your site appears for given search
    terms. This is a useful tool for working with website design - it's
    also very interesting.

    It produces results that look like :

    For the search term "python cookies" :
    Out of an estimated 176000 results.
    Your website came at position "7".
    With URL - "http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/recipebook.shtml"

    see : http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/recipebook.shtml#google



    CGIHTTPServerWithSSI
    A Simple Server with SSI Processing
    Version 0.1.0 15th April 2005
    This is a simple server implementation, this one based on
    CGIHTTPServer. It does everything that CGIHTTPServer does, with some
    SSI processing as well. So far it handles include and flastmod, but
    adding additional instructions would be easy.

    Simply drop it in a directory and it will serve webpages, with that
    directory as the root directory. Any pages that end in .shtml or .shtm,
    it does SSI processing on.

    see : http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/recipebook.shtml#ssi



    Best Regards,


    Fuzzy
    http://www.voidspace.org.uk/py­thon
    Fuzzyman, Apr 29, 2005
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