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Announcing beagles v0.1.0

2020-07-27 on chrisppy's world

I am proud to announce the first release, v0.1.0, of a new vim inspired TUI feed aggregator, named beagles. The basic functionality is implemented, but there is still much todo.

This release consists of 74 commits from two developers, ~chrisppy and ~willt, to implement the initial config file, user interface, database, documentation, and base functionality.

If any potential bugs are found or if anyone has any questions or wants to discuss any potential new features please send an email to the beagles-discuss mailing list. Also, if anyone wants to contribute please send patches to the beagles-devel mailing list. If you want to be notified of any new releases please subscribe to the beagles-announce mailing list.

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