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The 0.9.3 version is coming and fixes a problem with interacting with a blank Atomojo database. An exception was thrown if the workspace was empty and was the last in the service tree in the sidebar. You can work around this by either getting the new version from http://code.google.com/p/atomojo/ or creating a feed in the workspace through other means (e.g. the Poster extension).
The statusbar based interface has now be re-enabled in 0.9.1 . The updates should allow Atomic to edit feeds from both the "status bar quick post" and the full feed editor.
I've also refactored the interface to put all the feeds into a tree in the sidebar. When you edit a collection, it is then launched into its own window.
While this plugin has a sidebar inteface, once you've setup your services, you can use the statusbar interface all by itself.
Look on the status bar for the 'Atomic' button. That will open the sidebar. From the sidebar you can add services.
At startup, it should prompt you for preferences and have you pick a file for the service list. The default is inside the extension's directory in your mozilla folder.
The Atom protocol is now RFC 5023 and Atomic should be able to
work with any of them. You can setup your own server by using the Atomojo server. See http://code.google.com/p/atomojo for
more information on that or to get the source code for Atomic.