On Fri, 3 Sep 2004 03:10:25 +0900, Hans Fugal <hans / fugal.net> wrote:
> Lloyd Zusman wrote:
> > I don't want to get into a "my blog is better than yours" war on this
> > list, so it probably would be best if any of you who have thoughts
> > about this would email me privately.
> I hope I don't come across as a heretic, and I will say up front that I
> haven't tried any of the ruby blogs.

> I looked at a few blogs and balked at the incredible effort that they
> took to set up and configure. Then somehow I stumbled on blosxom (I
> think the article in LinuxJournal). It is perl, yes. But from the user's
> standpoint it is very pragmatic. Each entry is a text file in a
> directory; you edit things with your favorite text editor. With the
> easy-to-install Markdown plugin blogging is pure joy.

This is more or less how RubLog works, except that there's multiple
converters (Markdown, RDoc, HTML, and Text).

-austin
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