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  • Boing Boing Takes Leap Onto Movable Type 4

    Boing Boing, one of the more influential blogs out there, has just launched on Movable Type 4. And boy does it look cool. The site is not only faster and easier on the eyes; it also boasts a new design by Studio Sans Nom and a rekindled comments feature.

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  • Fast Search 2.1 Races Forward with MT 4 Support

    Of all the things to love about the release of the newest version of Movable Type, the built-in search engine rarely makes the list. Fortunately for the MT user, the popular and aptly named PHP plugin for Movable Type - Fast Search - has just been updated to support

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  • Deep Breaths All: MovableType 4 Released

    After much pomp, circumstance and plenty of clean-up, Six Apart today releases the commercial version of Movable Type 4.

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  • Six Apart to Assist with MT4 Transition this Week

    With the fourth release candidate of Movable Type 4.0 available as of today, Six Apart evangelist Anil Dash unleashes a wild-eyed call to devs, designers, strategists, consultants and systems integrators.

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  • MT4's Beta 7 is a PR Monger's Dream

    No one can ever say Six Apart's Movable Type 4 suffers from lack of ambition. Noting most bloggers can probably talk their heads off, given the chance, Movable Type releases fully-integrated out-of-box podcasting support. No plugin necessary.

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  • Movable Type 4 Leaps Beyond Blogging Horizons

    Today marks the beta release for Movable Type 4. Excited? No joke. This news merits uncharacteristic pomp and circumstance because Movable Type is the blog platform of choice for a number of enterprises, and because v4.0 also marks said platform's departure from the exclusive world of blogging.

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  • Movable Type Community Pack is Six Apart from 2.0

    Perhaps because everybody's jumping into the Web 2.0 CMS game, longtime arena contender Six Apart separates itself from (or some say joins) the throng with the Movable Type Community Pack (CP). The Pack takes mere blogs and turns them into community participation supernovas.

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  • Zend Core 2.0 Touts Improved Windows Performance

    In an attempt to promote the Windows operating system as a deployment target as well as a development environment, Zend and Microsoft have partnered together to include Windows-specific performance enhancements in the release of Zend Core 2.0.Zend Core 2.

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  • Roller Graduates, Earns Top-Level Apache Status

    It has been a long five years, but the Roller Weblogger blogging platform has finally graduated from the Apache Incubator and achieved top level status as an Apache project.The Roller Weblogger project began with a blog post by primary developer Dave Johnson on April 11, 2002 and gained momentum with

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  • Movable Type Gets Security Update, Easier Downloads

    Six Apart have announced an important security update recommended to all of its Movable Type (MT) users. Additionally, the new MT 3.35 -- or MT 1.53 Enterprise -- features an easier download and install process including the use of a wizard for first timers. First and foremost, this release fixes the cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability that was found in the comment preview code. Specifically, default templates have been modified to include the encode_html="1" attribute to properly escape user submitted data found in the "Comment Preview" system template.

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  • Fast Search for MT Gets Faster, Flashier

    You Movable Typers out there, we know you love your platform but sometimes the standard search that comes out of the box with MT leaves you a touch wanting, especially when your site is under load. That's where the just upgraded and aptly named Fast Search plugin comes in.

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  • Blogging: Movable Type Realizes its Very Own Fastness

    Jan 16 saw the release of Movable Type 3.34, a semi-distant point release which promises to fix some concerning XSS vulnerabilities and more notably delivers accessible scalability derived from the leveraging of FastCGI.

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  • Feeling Blue, IBM Courting Drupal

    Hot off the gossip wire: IBM is falling for Drupal. Hmmmm. ECM leader IBM has developed a series of nine tutorials for Open Source CMS Drupal. And as it turns out, Drupal runs rather well on IBM Linux servers while plugged-into IBM's DB2 Express-C database.

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  • Blogging the Enterprise with Six Apart

    Announced without a lot of fanfare yesterday was Six Apart's latest version of their enterprise blogging platform. Movable Type Enterprise (MTE), a souped-up version of 6A's commercial blogging platform, has just turned one-point-five. Still, some say MTE is just glossy packaging, the "E" word, and an inflated price tag.

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