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posterous.el is an Emacs mode for posting to posterous.com blogs - not so useful now posterous has closed down. Maintainer: Sarah Mount email@example.com Author: Sarah Mount firstname.lastname@example.org Version: 0.2 Created: 14 May 2010 Keywords: posterous blog License: GPL (v2) It currently supports posting text (only) to posterous. Place the .el file somewhere on you load path (e.g. ~/.emacs.d/) and set the following variables in your .emacs or init.el file: posterous-email -- your email address or username on posterous.com posterous-password -- your password on posterous.com and you can interact with posterous.com using the functions: M-x posterous-getsites -- places a list of sites that you own on posterous.com. -- Includes siteids. -- Currently still formatted as XML. M-x posterous-region -- post a region of text to posterous M-x posterous-region-private -- post a region of text to posterous as a private post. M-x posterous-buffer -- post a buffer of text to posterous. M-x posterous-buffer-private -- post a buffer of text to posterous as a private post. M-x posterous-new-markdown-post -- Create a new post with a nice markdown template and put into markdown mode. If you do not wish to post to your default posterous site, you can customise the variable: posterous-default-siteid to discover the siteids of all your sites, use M-x posterous-getsites. If you do not wish to autopost to your social networks connected to your posterous.com account, place the following in your Emacs configuration file: (setq posterous-suppress-autopost)