I haven’t been able to get MT to work since I left it for WordPress 2 years ago. I’ve been continuing to upgrade and try the installs with all my old posts that I had when I left it. MT 4.1 started working for a few days, but now all of a sudden when I try to publish anything…posts, templates, Continue Reading
I have , ever since porting my blog over to WordPress, been playing with the subsequent versions of Movable Type. Version 4.1 seems to have fixed a lot of things, but I cannot figure out how to get my archive links fixed. The system knows all of the correct links internally for the sidebars and permalinks and archive or index Continue Reading
MT 4 has failed several tests. This is why I moved off the platform and onto WordPress in the first place. 1. SLOW SLOW SLOW when you have thousands of posts like I do. The template republishing is the same reason why I moved from Radio Userland. 2. The Dynamic publishing is too difficult for a non-PERL person like me. Continue Reading
I have a beef……over at Generous Orthodoxy Think Tank, in this post (Scholarly Popularizers and Academic Activists) and its comments, discussions like these, without a way to “notify” participants who may well have an interest in the further contributions to a discussion in which they themselves have had interest, are not given notice that something new has been added, because Continue Reading
I wish there was a way to link from , say, my original post on my still reachable Movable Type blog (which is now archive of my present blog on WordPress, into which I have imported all the prior MT posts …..but to people who arrive at a particular blog post via the original Movable Type link, I wish there Continue Reading
I have begun the process of getting all of my features over to WordPress. I am quickly liking what I see in WordPress. It uses Ajax liberally, and has an easy Blogroll Admin tool. Plus, the K2 plugin theme is a snazzy looking theme.
Movable Theoblogical: Comments Still Down I have begun the process of getting all of my features over to WordPress.
Here’s the link over to my MT problems (comments are broken)
The Type Key authentication for comments here at my blog seems to be having difficulty. I received a couple of emails from people saying they were unable to comment , even after creating a TypeKey account. I cannot even comment myself after clearing my cookies. Something has blown up, it seems , on either my blog’s installation , or at Continue Reading
I found that I had a couple of comments that I had not seen….they were stuck in the moderation que, and I had not seen the notification email to alert me that they were there. This one on this post last week was encouraging. They had problems with TypeKey, so they emailed me. This one had made some comments and Continue Reading