Apr 27 2009
You provided me with some positive feedback and suggestions on last week’s server software feature, so this week we’re going to go another round.
Wiki brought simple, easy collaboration to the web. While most Wiki software is free, not all is easy to install. I’ve grabbed Qwiki Wiki for its ease of installation and use. Upload your files and edit one config file and you are on your wiki way.
Continuing our theme of simplicity comes a find by our own MacManX. SimpleForum is a great, easy to install alternative to server-space hogging, hard to install forum systems.
Movable Type is the mainstay of power-bloggers. Don’t settle for the out of the box installation. One of the best features of Movable Type is customization and one of the best resources to customize MT is the MT Plugin Directory.
Here’s another MT resource. Jeff has posted a collection of templates that will take your Movable Type RSS feeds to the next level.
That’s it for part 2. I expect to see some rocking sites. Join me again next week when we get back to Mac software.