I spent my free time at work today remembering how LifeFlow works, and in particular fixing up the LifeFlow Editor, which is what I use to write entries (instead of the Django admin), but still has some rough edges. I fixed a handful of things, most notably I finally implementing login/logout so you don't have to login via the Django admin anymore, which was not particularly graceful.
I also made the sluggify function, used for generating slugs in the LFE, a bit more capable so that I will no longer have to skip over to the Django admin to fix titles with punctuation (that is really the only thing I have used the Django admin for in the past month, so extending it was a valuable thirty seconds of my day). Last, I also added support for specifying authors and hooking up translations to the LFE. Hopefully I'll be putting out a new translation sometime tonight to celebrate.
My goal is to release LifeFlow 0.99 before I return back to America in early August, so look for some increased development in this area. Once finished, it'll stay at 0.99 tracking the Django SVN trunk until Django 1.0 (or 2.0 or whatever it ends up being called) is released, at which point I clean and package it up into a nice 1.0 release.