1. Gabriele Lanaro
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 Emacs is great for anything involving text files, not only code. The use of emacs for blogging seems a natural way instead of using those browser editors, that lacks a lot of power. This is expecially true for developers that writes tutorials on the web, that have nightmares each time they have to post a code snippet on their blog.
 
-This packages contains essential features for a blog client, the purpose is that it has to be *useful*, no useless function, and a lot of shortcuts.
+This packages contains essential features for a blog client, the purpose is that it has to be *useful*, no useless function, and a lot of shortcuts and utilities.
 
 Installing
 ==========
 Usage
 =====
 
+Here's a list of commands, most of them are completely interactive.
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+`blogger-post` : when you're editing a buffer using rst-mode or org-mode, you can 'M-x blogger-post' in order to post the article in your blog. The conversion is done automatically.
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+`blogger-update` : After posting you may want to add some modification, using this command will update the blog posted.
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+`blogger-show` : you can type this command when you want to display a list of post of your blog. It will open a buffer in blogger-mode with a custom keymap.
+
+  d -> blogger-delete, delete the post under the cursor
+  g -> blogger-update-view, update
+  q -> blogger-quit, quit
+  t -> blogger-tag, to add tags to the post
+