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Sunday, March 24, 2002 @ 17:16

MovableType goes two-ohh

Leading Perl-based blogging package MovableType recently saw light in a 2.0 version. Major news is the interface overhaul and multiple categories. The upgrading procedure is real slick, but personally it all left me slightly underwhelmed.

Don't get me wrong, MovableType is a very nice package, but for klogging and notifications it's not optimal. Building an ever increasing number of pages on the simplest design change is also growing painful. Database support next, please?

I really need to say goodbye to Greymatter soon.

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