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Jesse Ruderman: Switching from Movable Type to WordPress. Gotta upgrade to WordPress 1.5 soonish.
March 15th, 2005 at 3am
It seems that the only main advantages to WordPress are the RSS feeds and a couple of comment functionalities. All the other functions he lists in the Advantages of WordPress can be achieved in MT, albeit with easy-to-install plugins…
March 15th, 2005 at 6am
Wibbler, there are advantages to both WP and MT, but I don’t believe it is a matter of what WP doesn’t have that MT has or such thing. It really comes down to ease of use and what most people are comfortable with. The main reason many people switched from MT to WP (from what I’ve seen) was due to the fact that MT was somewhat of a system resource hog
Cheah Chu Yeow
March 15th, 2005 at 9pm
Teja is right – that is the exact reason I made the rather tough decision at the time to switch from MT to WP.
March 16th, 2005 at 1pm
It was easier for me; when I first got started looking through blogging software was during the big stink about MT changing their software to charge more, or whatever (foggy memory right now). I looked at the other ones, and it was a clear choice because of how easy WordPress was to install and use.
April 8th, 2005 at 12am
The “nofollow” rel attribute in 1.5 is a pain.
WP is definately easier to use/install than MovableType, though.
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