How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Only a test

So, I was fiddling around with using XML-RPC for my ChainChat application. I decided, since I was fiddling with XML-RPC, I'd go back to working on my LJ client. I have login and posting implemented. It's all hardcoded at the moment, but, figure in a few more days, I can have a schway GUI and some more interesting features. That's the goal at least. So I can get the XML-RPC client working properly, of course, the server (another important part of ChainChat) on the other hand, is in a sad, sad state. Oh well, that's what geeks are for.
Oh, and this was posted via my new LJ client. Yay me.

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