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Post details: New blog engine and Soylent

May 6
New blog engine and Soylent

As I mentioned before, I'd like to start using another blogging engine as soon as possible. Plog looked nice, but after giving it a test drive I got into some little annoying problems.
Now the b2evolution guys seem to prepare a maintainance version, so development hasn't completely stalled.

Currently, the blogs (mine and the others I host) run fine I think, and migrating would be quite a lot of work (existing users and posts, not to mention changes of URI's towards aggregators), so I guess I'll wait some longer, unless someone knows a very good engine I could start using, actively maintained.
The main "issue" I got is the fact I host multiple blogs. Most engines don't support this...

Project Soylent is getting started, jay :-) Just read something on using Evolution's libebook API and FOAF, this will be some fun project to work on B-)

Oh, and please everyone vote for davyvandenbremt.be on may1reboot.com.


Comment from: jondaley [Visitor] · http://jon.limedaley.com/plog/
Hi. Came across your blog while looking for subversion configs, and saw that you said plog had some annoying problems. Just wondering what problems you had?
PermalinkPermalink 07/12/05 @ 03:57
Comment from: Ikke [Member] · http://www.eikke.com
I just ran into random PHP errors... Can't remember where exactly. I might try plog once again if there's more development done by now.
PermalinkPermalink 07/12/05 @ 08:18
Comment from: Christian Baumann [Visitor] · http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/updates/moviemaker2.mspx
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