The last time I had a play with MT was in 2004 and it was better than WP, but since then WordPress has come along in leaps and bounds. Has Movable Type kept up?
... even in those
days when there were only a few thousand bloggers out there and the
whole idea of starting a business around blogging was extremely risky,
Ben and Mena were really committed to setting the standard that Movable
Type would always be open, and would always be free, just as much as they were committed to making sure Six Apart would be a solid company that could hire passionate members of the community to stand behind its products.
How's this new? Code always came with MT. So it goes with perl apps.
Can someone tell me: is MT lighter on the server? And is it easy to import from WP to MT, while keeping old URIs intact?
Hmm... that's a nuisance, as on the site I'm thinking about there is no way we could remove the "latest comments" plugin without a backlash. Unfortunately, it's also the only part of the site that's causing me server-related concern.
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