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programming:python:python-libmilter [2012/02/22 23:22]
jay [Donations]
programming:python:python-libmilter [2012/03/02 18:59]
jay [Getting It]
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 +**NOTE:** The RPMs are **not** guaranteed to be the latest versions. ​ Check [[https://​github.com/​crustymonkey/​py-prefork-server|Github]] to find out what the latest version is.  That said, I will try and keep these up to date.
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 +{{:​programming:​python:​python-libmilter-1.0.1-1.noarch.rpm|python-libmilter-1.0.1-1.noarch.rpm}} \\
 +{{:​programming:​python:​python-libmilter-1.0.1-1.src.rpm|python:​python-libmilter-1.0.1-1.src.rpm}}
 ===== Donations ===== ===== Donations =====
 By no means should anyone feel they //have// to donate. ​ However, if you've used this stuff to save some time, prevent head shaped holes in the wall, raise your children or you just think this is awesome and want to contribute to my [[http://​www.surlybrewing.com/​|Surly]] fund (that stuff isn't cheap, but it's soooooo good), you can click the [[http://​paypal.com|Paypal]] donate button below and toss me a couple of dollars. ​ I've heard from others who have donated that they were visited by flying monkeys that spoke Icelandic, and were subsequently showered with fantastic gifts from said monkeys. ​ I don't know if this is true, or if drug use was involved, but it still sounds pretty awesome. By no means should anyone feel they //have// to donate. ​ However, if you've used this stuff to save some time, prevent head shaped holes in the wall, raise your children or you just think this is awesome and want to contribute to my [[http://​www.surlybrewing.com/​|Surly]] fund (that stuff isn't cheap, but it's soooooo good), you can click the [[http://​paypal.com|Paypal]] donate button below and toss me a couple of dollars. ​ I've heard from others who have donated that they were visited by flying monkeys that spoke Icelandic, and were subsequently showered with fantastic gifts from said monkeys. ​ I don't know if this is true, or if drug use was involved, but it still sounds pretty awesome.
programming/python/python-libmilter.txt · Last modified: 2012/03/02 18:59 by jay