Drupal Rocks!

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Fri, 13 Jan 2006 03:20:28 GMT  <== Webmaster stuff ==> 

This is my new Drupal blog. I've got lots of work to do to convert my old content and make blogging with Drupal as easy as it has been with Blogmax. But I like it.

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Test Glossary

Submitted by on Fri, 13 Jan 2006 18:01:23 GMT

RKBA WYSIWYG Hitlary POTUS Slick Willie

Hover over the "?" icon to see the definition of a glossary term. Click to go to the glossary.

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Submitted by suso on Fri, 04 Mar 2011 08:13:24 GMT

Please, can you continue developing BlogMax?

I am on the first days migrating part of our drupal site to a new blogmax site for documenting Emacs in Spanish:


I am using Emacs 23.1 with several GNU/Linux systems and is OK, although I updated the function and variable names changed by emacs developers.

I hope BlogMax is not dead, only on vacation!!

Your blogging system is very good for creating multiple "themes" (visual designs) to compete with those in wordpress an the like.


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BlogMax may not be dead, but

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Fri, 04 Mar 2011 12:48:15 GMT

BlogMax may not be dead, but it's definitely in a deep sleep. I used it for imacpr0n.com for a little while, but I've retired that site (the iMac that prompted it is over 4 years old now).

I've been tempted to write a Hunchentoot, or possibly Weblocks based blogging engine (in Clozure Common Lisp) that, like BlogMax, writes plain HTML files, using templates, but that would allow live updates from web forms. But my copious spare time hasn't been copious enough of late.

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Submitted by suso on Sat, 05 Mar 2011 05:43:24 GMT

Deep Sleep like the Sleeping Beauty? Perhaps now is a good moment from a Prince to kiss her... :)

Can I include some modifications to the code? If you want, I could maintain a public ChangeLog, as you did in the BlogMax blogsite.

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I have put BlogMax on GitHub

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sat, 05 Mar 2011 13:12:46 GMT

I have put BlogMax on GitHub, which will make it easy to fork. It is licensed under the GPL, so you may do what you wish with it, as long as your changes remain free. Please DO fork on GitHub, make your changes, and let me know, so that I can pull your changes back into the main repository.

I merged some changes I made while blogging at imacpr0n.com. I have NOT yet uploaded those changes to the main site. They're only on GitHub. I'll put this announcement on the main site soon.


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