|WikiProject Blogging||(Rated Start-class, High-importance)|
|This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Blog software article.|
- 1 Slash (weblog system)
- 2 Simple PHP Blog
- 3 Software Sage Blog
- 4 Desktop Client References are Unbalanced
- 5 Developer-hosted section new sites
- 6 Profy - new blogging platform (developer-hosted category)
- 7 Minimalist Blog Tools
- 8 Bloog is a blogging tool, but what is the right list for it?
- 9 blog concepts
- 10 Comparison
- 11 Requested move
- 12 Split Developer Hosted into Proprietary & Open Source/Free
- 13 This is a very lacking page
- 14 TEST
- 15 Hi friends I am test.
Why isn't Slash on here? Somebody who knows something about it should add something. AFAIK, Slashdot uses a modified version. atomicthumbs 16:37, 12 February 2007 (UTC)
- It's on now. Thanks, CiaranG 16:42, 12 February 2007 (UTC)
Simple PHP Blog
Software Sage Blog
- Hello Tlisenby , and welcome to Wikipedia! Did you have a question or comment about the Software Sage blog in relation to this article? -- Satori Son 13:44, 22 March 2007 (UTC)
== Errr, history section anyone? ==wwqw
This is a glaring omission. Anyone fancy giving this a shot? Or is it available elsewhere? Chris Cunningham 17:44, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
Desktop Client References are Unbalanced
Full disclosure: I'm writing this as the developer of MarsEdit, a Mac desktop client for blogging (possibly the most popular on the platform).
I don't want to go in and just "tack on" MarsEdit to the list, but I hope somebody will find a balanced way to include it in the list of examples:
The references to desktop clients now are unbalanced and scattered. For instance, under the "Desktop Clients" heading there is a line:
"Some examples of Desktop blogging clients are Ecto, MacJournal & WinJournal and Zoundry."
To just pick four arbitrary clients of varying popularity reeks, and it's not serving anybody well. The worst in this case is the use of "&" and "and" in the same sentence - obvious signs of "tacking on."
I suggest that the "Some examples" line above be removed, and let the "Examples" section serve as the definitive pooling area, hopefully including a reference to MarsEdit.
Developer-hosted section new sites
hi everybody I'm the owner of insidetheweb.net i hope you can add my site to your list (Developer-hosted ) .. it's a new site acctaully in beta version , and I'm ready to hear from you any comments or ideas to enhance my site ... —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 11:24, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
Profy - new blogging platform (developer-hosted category)
Full disclosure: I am here on behalf of Profy. Profy is a recently launched blogging platform that falls in the category of Developer-hosted blogging software. Profy does not have its own page on Wikipedia (which I hope the platform will soon receive given the number of articles and reviews already published about Profy by various publications; it is recommended by the community guidelines that the only allowed way to get a page for your product is to submit it to the talk page for a relevant entry which is what I'm doing here.)
Profy offers a unique approach to blogging by allowing a user to perform all the stages of the blogging process in one place, starting from reading news, on to writing and publishing the posts, and even communicating to your readers and fellow bloggers in a social network. It has already drawn significant interest from novice and semi-professional bloggers as a promising new solution so I hope it deserves a mention here as well.
I would like to suggest adding Profy to the list of developer-hosted solutions on this page and if someone here is interested, I will be happy to provide any additional information and resources that can be used as references for a dedicated Profy page.
Minimalist Blog Tools
Bloog is a blogging tool, but what is the right list for it?
- Bloog (Google App Engine/ Python) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Hiihammuk (talk • contribs) 15:39, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
Split Developer Hosted into Proprietary & Open Source/Free
I think that the Developer Hosted Blogware, lacks a further breakdown into Free and Proprietary.
Since this is provided for User Hosted software, is there anyone who would fancy taking this up and looking into splitting the Develoer Hoster Blogware into Free and Proprietary lists of Blogware.
This is a very lacking page
I'm sorry to say but this page has nothing to do with it's topic, I came here looking for an offline program to effectively format a blog post and got a top 20 list. I love wikipedia but this page needs an overhaul. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dhaddonpearson (talk • contribs) 21:07, 2 February 2013 (UTC)