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Subversion Moved to Sourceforge

I am now hosting this project's subversion repository on I am extremely excited that Sourceforge now makes this service available to all projects.

Posted by Andrew Ruder 2006-04-09

New features and bug fixes moving into TalkSoup

Over the last couple days I have added timestamps, /ignore support, and multiple bug fixes to TalkSoup. Feel free to check out the source code from subversion. Repository locations listed at

Posted by Andrew Ruder 2005-10-13

TalkSoup 1.0alpha released

The first preview of the upcoming TalkSoup 1.0 has been released. The GNUstep release is quite stable but the OS X interfaces still need some tweaking due to limited availability of testing.

I must stress that I do -=not=- own a Mac and have no realistic way of keeping TalkSoup working and tested without the help of some other developer. If you'd be interested in working on TalkSoup (especially on the OS X side of things), I would heartily recommend that you e-mail me at aeruder at read more

Posted by Andrew Ruder 2005-09-07

Screenshots added

Took some time to get some screenshots taken of TalkSoup running under OS X, GNUstep and GNUstep + Camaelon. See the "Screenshots" link on

Posted by Andrew Ruder 2005-09-03

TalkSoup subversion lives!

The subversion of TalkSoup is flying faster than any previous version of TalkSoup and I've been systematically destroying those bugs one by one! With the help of Aaron Glenn I've also committed the first of the .nib files to make the OS X version happening. You'll need the netclasses subversion to get it going too, so don't forget that. Subversion instructions are at I'm really looking forward to Sourceforge having subversion support.

Posted by Andrew Ruder 2005-06-27

Last Move for TalkSoup

TalkSoup has reached its final resting place with its new host: Sourceforge! TalkSoup will always be accessible via Thanks people of Sourceforge!

Posted by Andrew Ruder 2005-02-13