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How to move you posts from Subtext to WordPress

A few weeks ago, I finally finished the migration of Daniela’s old blog to a new domain and a new blogging platform: we moved from Subtext to WordPress. The reasons of the move There are two reason behind that move: the big ecosystem around WordPress, and the lack of a real desktop blogging tool on the Mac (combined to the outdated FCKeditor 2 that is used by Subtext). During the migration Daniela thought about a different Information Architecture of her content spread around in the web, designed and implemented a HTML5 template and later we made it...

How to install Subtext

Sometimes I receive mail from people asking how to install Subtext and how to move their old contents from their old blog. Probably the "official" docs are a bit hidden, so here is quick list of all the resources available: Official step by step installation guide Installation screencast How to install Subtext on GoDaddy (which requires a few manual steps) How to install Subtext on Aruba, an Italian hosting provider (this doc is in Italian) And now the migrations docs: Screencast on how to migrate old...

Rss2BlogML: export any RSS feed to a BlogML file

BlogML is an XML format for storing the entire content of a blog. You can use BlogML as a way to archive the contents of blogs or to act as a standard format for transferring content from one blog to another - this could include migrating a blog from one blogging engine to another. To create a BlogML archive, you must: have a blog engine that can export to BlogML, as core feature or with an external plugin the latest version of your blogging engine or the export plugin must be installed on...