Evennia 0.6 released
Evennia is a MU* development system and server in Python.
As of today, Evennia's "wclient" development branch merged, making me feel like ramping up the version number to the pretty arbitrary 0.6.
The default webclient gui is still mimicking a straightforward but stable "telnet-like" interface. So by default it matches what you see using the other types of client connections Evennia accepts in parallel (traditional telnet, telnet+SSL and SSH).
Other changes involve expanded flexibility and functionality for having your client ask for all sorts of things from the server, or telling the server to report various state changes (like the client asking the server to report whenever a health attribute changes so it can update a health bar or flash the screen). On the server side, this is done by simply defining a normal function with the name (and arguments) of the client instruction you want to accept.
There are a bunch of further changes that are interesting to those familiar with, or is already using, Evennia. More info, along with update instructions, is covered in this post on the Evennia mailing list.
A graphical overview of the Evennia system, for those interested: http://evennia.blogspot.se/2016/05/evennia-in-pictures.html