The 0.0.2 version of BlogMe is available for download. This version allows you to post messages to Blog Servers that support the Blogger API (e.g. http://www.blogger.com) or the Pebble's enhancements on this API. For Pebble it also support the title and category fields.
It's been a while since I posted, but that doesn't mean nothing happened ;-) The current version of BlogMe is able to post messages to both Pebble and Blogger.com blogs. Not a big deal since Pebble is a extension of the Blogger API. One of the extensions of Pebble is that you can specify a title and I believe it is also possible to specify categories. Will check that and if true, that will become part of BlogMe.
I did spent some time on getting unit testing for BlogMe running. Found J2MEUnit at sourceforge.net and that does help. Unfortunately it does not provide the same features as jUnit. For some things that understandable (in J2ME there is no reflection available), but other things should be possible. E.g. to run the tests in an automated way such that you can execute them in for example nightly builds. Or generation of reports in junit XML format, such that you can use the standard junit report generation tools for it to generate HTML versions of it. I did not spent to much time on investigating this yet, but might do that in the future.