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Welcome to Geeklog Tuesday, January 17 2017 @ 10:06 am EST
1/1: How long have you been using Geeklog
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I tried installing it back in November 2002 but had problems with it. I had just begun blogging and was also investigating Greymatter and Movable Type. (My blog has been running Movable Type for two years now.)
But I have another site that I wanted to be more than just a blog. And I remembered Geeklog. Somehow, everything went much more smoothly this time.
And Geeklog's developer, Dirk, seems very responsive. I notice how quickly he follows up when someone needs help. That's not lost on me. He's not getting paid for this proggy (but perhaps he should; it's really great).
I tried installing Drupal and E107 (which is very elegant, but much more difficult to customize than Geeklog IMHO), and a few other oddball CMS's, but this is the one that seems to offer the most power and control and yet still easy enough for someone who's not a coder or programmer to handle.
Although I haven't upgraded to the latest RC's yet I do hope that upgrades will soon be more automated to make it an easier process for those of us who spend less time managing the backend of our sites.
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