I've been writing hubs about Wordpress. Whitney has in a request about Wordpress vs. Blogger and I might answer it (at some point). But I was wondering if anyone would be interested in information about Moveable Type?
This was the first blogging platform I ever used and I LOVED it when it was first free. It went to a licensed version and is now open source once more. There have been some changes and there are some things about it that baffle me, but I am willing to make the effort to figure out the confusing parts to do a full and proper comparison of these three options (Blogger, Wordpress and Moveable Type).
Does anybody still use MT (or Typepad)? Is there any purpose in putting the work into this kind of a project?
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