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Recently Yahoo changed their weather API, which ended up breaking a weather application written by DonationCoder member Skwire (Jody Holmes), called sWeather.
It was interesting because it immediately became clear that there were a lot of sWeather users who had been silently enjoying the program, and they all came out of the woodwork when the program stopped working..
Skwire dived into the new Yahoo API and has just released a new version (v1.81) that works with it. So all of you new and old sWeather fans can go back to enjoying this lovely app.
And a small reminder: If you enjoy Skwire's apps and his commitment to his users, why not send him a little donation and a message of encouragement! You can do so: here.