b2++ :)

rather coincidentally (*) i’ve noticed that donncha has commented on my recent question about b2, recommending b2++ instead of b2. well, b2++ certainly looks promising :) so if i will evaluate alternative blogger soft (it’s a matter of time only) i will probably evaluate at least b2++ and wordpress (the “official” successor of b2). both will be superior to mt for sure.. e.g. mt’s need for “rebuilding” the static pages after every tiny bit of site editing is pretty annoying imho.

(*) actually i’ve enabled mail-notification in mt and my smtp setup just works perfectly. nevertheless i haven’t received any notification messages so far. i suppose something must be wrong with either mt itself or my mt setup..


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What’s original in b2 ? Pages are generated dynamically from the MySQL database, so no clumsy ‘rebuilding’ is involved. It also means faster search/display capabilities, and the ability to serve your news in different ‘templates’ without any hassle.


any experiences whether it’s better than mt?

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