Python blogging software

Discussion in 'Python' started by Cliff Wells, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. Cliff Wells

    Cliff Wells Guest

    There's been a lot of blogs started in Python, but given the recent
    spate of web frameworks, I'm surprised that some blogging package hasn't
    taken front seat yet.

    I'm currently using Frog, and it's decent, but lacks some fundamental
    features (tags for one). Since Irmen is probably going to scrap it
    anyway, I'm kind of fishing about for something new.

    I've seen a few written in Zope/Plone, but they looked not quite
    interesting enough given the resources it would take to run them. At
    least two were started in TurboGears but seem to have vaporized.

    Anyone aware of any functional (doesn't need to be complete, beta is
    fine) blog software written in Python?

    Cliff Wells, Sep 13, 2006
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  2. That is not really true. I won't "scrap" Frog. One of the reasons
    would be that I'm using it myself ;-)
    Perhaps you confused it with the possible scrapping of the Snakelets
    appserver it runs on? I'm thinking about rebuilding Frog on one
    of the more established servers such as Turbogears.
    But haven't had the time to start this.

    Irmen de Jong, Sep 13, 2006
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  3. Pierre Quentel, Sep 13, 2006
  4. Cliff Wells

    Cliff Wells Guest

    Yes, I saw that and took it to mean you were scrapping Frog as well (of
    course, if you scrap Snakelets, I suspect any new "Frog" would have
    little in common with the existing one except perhaps the moniker).

    BTW, I still like Frog (it's still near the top of the Python blog heap
    IMO), I just needed some things it didn't have.

    Cliff Wells, Sep 14, 2006
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