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The LiveJournal Crossposter (LJXP for short) is a WordPress plugin, which automatically copies new posts to a specified LiveJournal (or DeadJournal or any other LJ-based hosts). Editing and deleting crossposted entries causes the same changes to be made on the LiveJournal. Compatible with WordPress 3.x. InstallationDownload the latest version from the link on the right Extract the archive into the wp-content/plugins/ folder. A new folder, lj-xp, should appear Go to Plugins in the WordPress Dashb
Posy is not maintained currently Posy is a simple and secure web application for updating multiple (micro-)blogs and social networks quickly. For instance, it can be used to update Twitter, Plurk and LiveJournal simultaneously with the same content.
This project was inspired by byteflow and django-diario. Features Programmed Newform admin support Markdown & typogrify for posts and comments Threaded comments Pingbacks Directory pings Automated registration for user after comment posting (no anonymous users!) Registration approval/email change/profile edit Tags (and filtering posts by tag), possibility to have translated names for tags Display and feeds for intersection of tags (separated by +) or for union of tags (separated by '|') Archives
QTXPost is a blog client for Linux, programmed in C++ / Qt4, with the main focus on simultaneous crossposting. Currently it works only as LJ-client, supporting only servers built on LiveJournal codebase (such as Dreamwidth). It aims to support more blogging platforms in the future. Note: Qt >= 4.4 with sqlite plugin is required.