The Libravatar project has been pretty active in the last few weeks. Other than a whole lot of bug fixes, the most important feature that got implemented in the last month is support for BrowserID, a new distributed and privacy-protecting authentication mechanism developed by Mozilla. Libravatar users can now use their BrowserID-verified email addresses to login automatically or to add a new email address to their account without having to go through manual email verification.

Other than that, we've been busy writing new libraries so that you can now add support for Libravatar in your node.js and Twisted applications. So if you are an asynchronous programming fan, you can now put human faces on your websites!

Talking about humans, you can now see the list of people behind Libravatar by taking a look at our very own humans.txt file. Want to see your name in there? We love to welcome new contributors!