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Is there a way to migrate the geeklog to Drupal?

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Has somebody do this

I am trying to expost the geeklog to excel tab delimited file, and then import it with drupal, but I am sure there are better ways to dothis.

Another thing, where is the date of the article stored and how many hits it has?

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The date and hits are stored in the gl_stories table. The fields are called, surprisingly, "date" and "hits" :wink:

bye, Dirk


Blaine tweeted here http://twitter.com/blainelang that he has a geeklog to drupal converter. Maybe contact him via twitter or at nextide.ca he will share it.

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I've not written such a GL to Drupal story migration script but there are several generic migration tools available for Drupal that may do what you need. What I did develop was a quick drupal module to migrate the GL Forum content - but just to the point that it did what I needed.
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