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81. MTBlacklist

PubHacks, Tutorials, 5 KB, 69 words

Lots of warnings about incompatibilities on the Blacklist website, enough to frighten me. I soldiered on, and amazingly, the thing installed right up with no problems. It took about 5 minutes.

Here's the links you should have: My original installation post The MT-Blacklist site The Comment Spam Clearinghouse

Related Entries: • MTBlacklist vs Comment Notification Hack

Posted by Iki at February 20, 2004 09:44 PM

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82. Conversation Killer

Six Apart Pronet Plugin Directory, Plugins, 10 KB, 24 words

Reduces potential comment spam by automatically closing commenting on older entries. Configurable on a per-user and per-weblog basis.

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83. MT-Blacklist

Murky, News, 23 KB, 199 words

According to the MT Plugin pages, version 2.01b of MT Blacklist should be available - it's even claimed to be compatible with the latest version of MT.

Unfortunately the links only yield version 1.6.5 as of now.

A pity.

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84. Forward Compatibility

MezzoBlue, Tutorials, 9 KB, 403 words

There was a good intro to this post at one point in time, but thanks to a Safari caching bug when using Movable Type and comment spam, it's long gone. Hopefully the rest of this will make sense without the introduction. Oh well.

Now, about forward compatibility. The recent flap about the XHTML 2.0 draft says a lot about this. Things are deprecated to the point that no site built using valid 1.0 will work if I switch doctypes? So what am I gaining by supporting 1.0 now?

Sites from 5 years ago still work in today's browsers (aside from those that took advantage of browser–specific quirks back in the day) so why change coding practices? What works is what matters,...

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85. SCode

Six Apart Pronet Plugin Directory, Plugins, 11 KB, 48 words

A plugin to prevent comment spam by displaying an image with a CAPTCHA (Security Code image) and demand the user to enter the text of the Security Code manually before allowing posting to go through. Works with the feedback scoring system in Movable Type 3.2

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86. Should NewsGator change its name?

Six Apart ProNet Weblog, News, 13 KB, 62 words

Greg Reinacker's asking whether negative associations with the "Gator" name justify changing his company's name. He wants feedback from the community, so give him your two cents' worth.

Trackbacks:

Previous Entry: Nielsen's look at web design standards

Next Entry: Online Journalism Review looks into comment spam

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87. Subtraction's New Design

Six Apart ProNet Weblog, News, 13 KB, 80 words

Khoi Vinh's new design for Subtraction has gotten a good amount of well-deserved attention. It's an elegant and spare design that's very distinct from most Movable Type weblogs, and Khoi does a good job of explaining some of the thought behind it for those who are looking for inspiration.

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Previous Entry: Conversations about the Comment Spam Guide

Next Entry: BBC on Getting Dooced

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Six Apart's European team is proud to announce the release of our international versions of Movable Type. Starting today, our popular Movable Type Publishing Platform will be available in French, Dutch, Spanish and German in addition to Japanese which has been available for some time. The translations cover the application setup, product documentation as well as a localized user interface and default weblog templates.

All paid licenses include dedicated support through our help ticket system in your local language and can be paid for in Euros! Check out the post on Professional Network for more details.

Enjoy!

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89. Search Engine Watch launches a blog

Six Apart ProNet Weblog, News, 14 KB, 261 words

Danny Sullivan, one of the biggest names in the search engine industry, has just announced the launch of the Search Engine Watch Blog, and takes the time to explain why he chose Movable Type 3.11 to power the blog. Danny got help setting up his blog from Rob Matthews of Tiger Technologies.

In passing, Danny points out some criticisms I'd made of the Search Engine Optimization industry, but to be clear, those are critiques of those who were or are abusing the medium. Here's hoping that Danny's example of how to use a blog well will be one that the unprofessional exceptions in the SEO business learn from and emulate.

Search Engine Watch has always had some of the best coverage of its...

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90. Crossposter for Movable Type

Six Apart ProNet Weblog, News, 14 KB, 139 words

Ben Hammersley is at it again, this time with Crossposter for Movable Type, a clever little script that will grab posts that you've written on various weblogs and reposts them all to one central blog.

If you participate in a number of blogs, or are concerned with making sure one of your audiences is aware of all your writing, regardless of where it was originally published, this should fit the bill.

For example, if you have a group install of weblogs on your intranet for each project or workgroup, Ben's script could be used to create weblogs for each person at the company, just by retrieving their posts from the blogs they participate in.

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Previous Entry: The Bloggies Return...

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91. Six Apart - Movable Type News - Movable Type 3.12 released

Six Apart News, News, 13 KB, 262 words

Movable Type 3.12 has just been released in the US. This version fixes up and ties down tons of little issues that were affecting some users in 3.11. See below for an overview of the most significant changes. If you already purchased Movable Type, you'll find the new release when you log into your Movable Type account. If you haven't yet tried this ground-breaking publishing platform, now is a good time to Get Movable Type.

I hope this release improves your publishing experience! • Fixed a bug that caused spurious errors when running under mod_perl ("The uploaded file was too large.") • Fixed various compatibility issues with old perl versions (before 5.6.0) • Scheduled posting would only post one of many new entries on an archive page...

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92. Movable Type International releases

Six Apart ProNet Weblog, News, 18 KB, 637 words

As noted on the Movable Type homepage, we've released four new international versions of Movable Type. The details for purchasing licenses are explained on the Movable Type site, but we wanted to take the time to give a little more explanation to our Professional Network community about how the new versions work.

First, the Spanish, French, Dutch, and German translations are all official professional translations of Movable Type. In addition to the application interface, all of the documentation has been localized to each of the supported languages, as have the default templates. (The Dutch release currently contains only English documentation.)

The Movable Type Store interface for...

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mgs | September 27th 2005