Dianara is a client for the pump.io social network. It allows users to manage their pump.io social network accounts without using a Web browser.
|Tags||social networking software distributed networks pump.io pump identi.ca|
|Licenses||GPL v2 Or Later|
|Operating Systems||GNU/Linux others supported by Qt|
|Implementation||Qt qjson QOAuth|
|Translations||English Catalan Spanish Italian|
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to edit your posts, the ability to create and delete person lists and send posts to them, automatic post resizing, avatar uploading, an Italian translation, and more.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to edit your posts, the ability to create and delete person lists and send posts to them, automatic post resizing, avatar uploading, and Italian translation, and more.
Release Notes: This release add image uploads with title and description, comment liking and unliking, and the ability to delete your own comments. New posts are marked as unread, and the tray icon shows the unread messages count. There is a "contact exporting" option. When posting, the message won't disappear until posting is confirmed to be OK.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to select people in the “To/CC” fields when posting. Users can also set "Public posting" as default. There are better text formatting options, and the HTML formatting when posting comments has been enabled again. There is a profile editor, and the "meanwhile" column has become nicer and more informative. There is also basic “person lists” support in the Contacts tab.
Release Notes: This release enables the Messages, Activity and Favorites timelines, and adds the minor feed, better known as "the Meanwhile column". Each post has more information, like the To: and CC: fields, or who shared a post with you. Also, while hovering a link, you can see where it leads. The formatting menu in the publisher has new options, "preformatted block" and "insert image from website". A confirmation is requested when cancelling a message if there is content in it. Autoreload of timelines won't interrupt while commenting on a post.