While previous updates to Sociable have contained some pretty big changes, (thanks to Martin Joosse we got rid of a private JS library and now use jQuery instead, for instance), most .something updates have contained additions of sites.
This update is going to be different, next to fixing the IE7 issues that snuck in when we switched to jQuery, this version will now allow you to disable sociable on specific posts and pages, giving you way more granular control over where these buttons appear, making Sociable all the more usable.
I’ve also added some more sites to the mix, in this case Leonaut and MySpace. This makes the current grand total of social sites listed in Sociable go up to 99, which is a nice number but shows another problem: the plugin needs a better way of “grouping” sites together, and the option to quickly enable or disable certain groups of sites, for instance those grouped by country.
This is where I ask you, my dear reader, for input. In order for Sociable to really reach the 3.0 version and be future proof, I need a simple interface that fixes that problem, and I haven’t been able to come up with the solution yet. Let me know in the comments how you think we should take care of this issue!