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Friday July 18, 2003
06:39 PM

Hmm...

[ #13545 ]

MovableType is rather lovely isn't it?

I appear to have done the awful thing and got myself a new movable type weblog, at the truly atrocious URL of http://pc1.bofhadsl.ftech.co.uk:8080/. There's something about being in control that I like...

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  • Welcome to the club :-)
  • :8080 says something about not being in complete control.
  • We're starting to do some ornate things with MT. I'm munging it into a content management and site design system. The SQL plug-in is very helpful, btw.
    • You should check out Brad Choate's tutorial on using MT for your whole site. It looks very interesting and I'm thinking about doing it for my (pathetic excuse) for a website. :-)
      http://www.bradchoate.com/past/001656.php [bradchoate.com]
      --
      "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment
      • I'm toying with setting something up via DAV that'll allow me to edit stuff in Textile, which is a remarkably pleasant way of marking up webpages... I *hate* writing HTML.
        • A bit different from what you are doing, I think, but I am using WebDav on the MT server so I easily can "mount" it on the mac and run emacs etc locally.

          I used Apache+mod_perl 2.0 to plug-in the MT authentication modules to do the authentication for the DAV server as well.

            - ask
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          -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();