Moving to Movable Type

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This post is for confirmation of the Movable Type injection over the existing Spanner Wingnut blog.

This is part of the progressive conversion from Blogger to Movable Type.  If this post succeeds, it accomplishes step 2: creation of a second blog under a different nfoCentrale anchored-site domain.

The previous Blogger materials remain available:

    • The last "main page."  The previous archives can be found from that page.
        
    • The last "blog feed."  This corresponds to the last main page.  The standard feed location is (fingers-crossed) now produced for the pages produced via Movable Type. 

We are starting with the "Unity Blue" Movable Type template, in a 2-column thin-wide layout.  We will continue experimenting here until we have matched the essentials from the Blogger versions.  That will guide us in customization of the remaining blogs. 

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Kicking Up Dust ... from Spanner Wingnut's Muddleware Labs on May 25, 2010 9:37 PM

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[update 2010-05-26 Yesterday, I did determine how to have Spanner Wingnut fully operational.  There is more to be concerned about, but Movable Type configuration should now permit any number of additional blogs in nfoCentrale add-on domains to be ... Read More

Spanner Wingnut is now fully functional.  Format customization and authoring/maintenance improvements can now begin.  This is the foundation for all next-generation nfoCentrale blogs. At this point, Spanner Wingnut is operating as the second ... Read More

[2010-07-04T20:58Z cross-posted from Spanner Wingnut as part of capturing a coherent history on nfoCentrale Status.  This also provides more Windows Live Writer cross-posting confirmation.] Spanner Wingnut is now fully functional.  Format cus... Read More

Kicking Up Dust ... from nfoCentrale Status on July 4, 2010 2:19 PM

[2010-07-04T19:13Z cross-posted from Spanner Wingnut to have a consolidated history of the initial migration to Movable Type.  The problem here was corrected by aliasing the cgi-bin/mt/ and mt-static/ into orcmid.com and that seems to do the trick... Read More

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