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OpenTumblr Goes QT

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OpenTumblr is a desktop application for posting and uploading files, photos, etc, to your Tumbr account.

I've blogged about OpenTumblr before but the latest release slipped out the door a few weeks back without my noticing! Belated news, but news nonetheless; here's what's new in OpenTumblr 0.2.0.

QT interface

OpenTumblr, since my last updates, has gained a new development team and a QT version. The Qt version is more stable, has more features and looks nicer on the Ubuntu Desktop.

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