Items tagged with zempt

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Live Writer forces Public Domain?

August 18, 2006 - 124 words , 5 comments
A curious clause in the Windows Live blogging tool puts your content in the public domain.
Also tagged as: bloggingtools licenseterms microsoft publicdomain

Zempt

March 13, 2006 - 49 words , 1 comment
The end of an era
Also tagged as: endoflife opensource sourceforge

On consulting and focus

September 28, 2004 - 483 words , 1 comment
I’ve got too much on my plate. Want to help me clean it off?
Also tagged as: movabletypeplugins mtamazon simplify

Zempt competitor?

July 25, 2003 - 233 words
What the SocialDynamX MT application is and how it affects Zempt.
Also tagged as: fmradio movabletype socialdynamx

The Not RSS thing

July 2, 2003 - 66 words , 3 comments
There’s a new API spec being proposed, so you’d think I’d be getting involved. But I don’t really have the energy.
Also tagged as: api rss

Zempt 0.3

July 1, 2003 - 200 words , 12 comments
Zempt 0.3 is out and ready for download. If you’ve tried it before and didn’t...
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Donations and open source teams

June 23, 2003 - 146 words , 4 comments
Many open source projects accept donations as a way of funding their development efforts and I’m wondering how these donations are typically distributed among team members.
Also tagged as: billzeller donations opensource oscommerce

Anatomy of a meme

May 23, 2003 - 418 words , 6 comments
The Button Maker GUI spent some time at the top of the three weblog popularity indexes. Here’s how it got there and what kind of site traffic that it generated.
Also tagged as: billzeller blogdex buttonmaker daypop meme popdex traffic

Zempt

May 5, 2003 - 518 words , 18 comments
Introducing Zempt, a multi-platform offline publishing tool for Movable Type.
Also tagged as: movabletype wbloggar

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