ElmDentica was an Identi.ca and Twitter client for OpenMoko I used to write. Then came the advent of the inherently insecure oauth protocol, then Identi.ca sort of blew itself up, not before my own OpenMoko sort of did, so it’s completely retired now. Probably not even available in the Enlightenment repos anymore.
It seems the problem with those weird libcurl errors when you enabled the secure option (basically https) is that the ca certificate bundle is missing in SHR’s OE build (perhaps it’s on all OE builds, don’t know).
There is, fortunately, an easy way to fix it (as mentioned in the openmoko communiy list).
All you need to do is copy your own ca certificate bundle (in Fedora it’s /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt ) into the proper place for OE’s path: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
So now you can enable secure, rather than faster 🙂
Hi everyone! ElmDentica hasn’t had a new release for a while (*cough*cough* proving it works so well *cough*cough*), so I though I should share with you the new stuff in the development of this release.
The news are:
Replacement of the side buttons by hover’s fired up by pressing for about 1s over the bubble
Usage of inwins for entering user and domain data in the settings window
Usage of hoversel to gain a few more space on the toolbar, specially for future features
So that’s about it… you can get the package from the usual places, the project’s web-site, by upgrading shr-unstable as it upgrades elmdentica on next autobuild, building it yourself, etc…
Fixed some bugs, added a domain editor so you can add your own Laconi.ca installations or other µ-blog sites with a twitter like API, and now supports links in status messages (but does nothing at all with them, yet, my favorite browser, woosh, doesn’t get URLs from command line, I wonder if it has a way to do it).
Hi! A release a day! 0.4.0 doesn’t add THAT much, unless you like to, you know… repeat (or retweet) what other say and reply to others, or maybe proudly show you’re using Elmdentica! 🙂 Oh… and a counter (but it lets you type more than 140… just warns…)
Wow, again you say? Well, early stages of development are like that 🙂 Its starting to shape up a little better (even if still a bit too memory hungry – 15% WTF). As usual, available at Elmdentica’s google code page, or the links below: