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Scripting for Artists Chapter 2

At Blender I have been making a tutorial series called Scripting for Artists. As relief during the COVID-19 worldwide quarantaine, a new chapter was added to this series, which now has come to an end.

Python-RSA 4.5 & 4.6 released!

These new releases of Python-RSA come with two security fixes. Python-RSA v4.5 is the final release supporting Python 2, and v4.6 has all the new goodies but requires Python 3.5 or newer.

Python-RSA 4.0 released!

After over two years of silence, Python-RSA 4.0 has been released! There are many improvements and also backward-incompatible changes (hence the increase of the major version number). Get it while it’s hot at the Python Package Index, or just install with pip install --upgrade rsa.

Python FlickrAPI 2.3 released

A new version of the Python FlickrAPI has been released. You can download or upgrade it using pip3 install -U flickrapi. Changes are: Include README.md and CHANGELOG.md in the package data.

Blender Conference 2016

BConf 2016 was awesome, as ever. This is just a blog post to share the slides of my workshop “ Develop add-ons like a pro”.

Python-RSA 3.4 released

Python-RSA 3.4 has been released! This is the first release from GitHub, and contains a lot of improvements by myself, Michael Manganiello, and Filippo Valsorda, including the solution for a side-channel vulnerability.

New website & Python-RSA 3.3

You won’t notice it, but you’re now on my new website. The look is still the same, but under the hood a lot has changed. This includes the blog being fixed again, so that I can actually write new posts!

Python FlickrAPI 2.0 released

Python FlickrAPI library version 2.0 has been released, and can be downloaded from the Python Package Index with more info at my FlickrAPI page. The major change is that the “new” OAuth-based authentication is used.

Moving from pwsafe to KeePass

My favourite password management tool, pwsafe, is getting old. It’s no longer part of Ubuntu and I’ve had to compile it myself for quite a while now. It’s also not supported on Android, and shows other signs of aging.

Python FlickrAPI 1.4.4 released

Python FlickrAPI library version 1.4.4 has been released, and can be downloaded from https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flickrapi with more info at https://stuvel.eu/flickrapi The changes are: Changed default API URL to use HTTPS (Joseph Hui).