How to migrate from blogger to a static blog
levipearson at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 19:43:02 MST 2013
If you've been looking for a project with which to learn a new language,
writing your own blog engine is a reasonable choice. The 'market' is
already hopelessly polluted with toy blog engines, which is evidence for
its suitability as a learning project. Most of what makes a blog memorable
has absolutely nothing to do with the back-end software, anyway. If you
are feeling ambitious, you could write a blog engine *and* your own
Markdown parser with custom extensions.
On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 7:28 PM, Joshua Marsh <joshua at themarshians.com>wrote:
> Thanks! I've actually bee looking at doing this. Does anyone have any
> preferences about the different blog applications? Blacksmith (
> http://blog.nodejitsu.com/introducing-blacksmith) looked interesting, but
> I'm having trouble deciding.
> On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 12:19 PM, AJ ONeal <coolaj86 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Yes, this is a cross-post self promotion, but I believe it may helpful
> to a
> > few of you.
> > Complete with screencast and step-by-step instruction
> > These instructions will work just as well for ruhoh, octopress, jekyll,
> > nanoc, etc (with some tweaks). You can at least apply the information
> > redirects for migrating to any blogging system.
> > AJ ONeal
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