Python 3 support
As noted in Pelican's Unified Codebase, this new version
of Pelican includes support for Python 3. All tests currently pass on Python
3.2, and we expect the same for Python 3.3 in the near future. (Pelican
interacts with a number of third-party components that have not yet been
fully updated for Python 3.3 compatibility.)
Override page save-to location from meta-data
Instead of blog or a site with dated articles, some people want to use Pelican
to publish sites with non-chronological content. Pelican 3.2 enables this by
providing a way to override the save-to location from within a page's
meta-data, so for example, you can have a pages/index.md file that will
replace your site root's index.html.
Time period archives
For folks who use date-based URL schemes such as /2013/04/23/my-post/,
you can now create per-year and per-month archives that will appear at
/2013/ and /2013/04/, respectively.
Posterous blog import
With Posterous shutting down on April 30th, this release offers the timely
ability to import an existing Posterous blog. There are only a few days
remaining, so if you have a Posterous blog and want to import it into a
Pelican-powered site, please act quickly!