MovableType 3.0


I don't think I mentioned that Movable Type 3.0 absolutely rocks. I have been using it for about a week, but I haven't had time to make TypeKey work and of course upgrading required some template changes and wiped out my local hacks, but except for a few cosmetic things I think most things are working alright again.

The UI in 3.0 is much slicker than in 2.6 and it's much better about letting you delete spam than 2.6 was, so much in fact that I'm not in too much of a hurry to get TypeKey working.

Ben Hyde wrote some, as always, thoughtful and interesting comments on TypeKey. Two Problems, The Universal ID and The Central Authority.

I really need to finish the new version of my single signon service...


Eh, of course now it just occurred to me what I was missing to get TypeKey to work, so here it is ...

Never tell anybody the name of your pets!

This is so cool, my first TypeKey comment.

Finally I can start to accumulate a real reputation, my mother (and no I'm not revealing her name either) would be so proud.

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