You would remember how in the past I have been weblogging a number of different times about what my experience with QumanaXP has been all along ever since it went into a public beta. Initially there were some issues that were addressed and fixed in the second beta release, but not all of them. In fact, there was a single one that prevented me from moving away from everything else and then get to use QumanaXP extensively, which was the inability to talk to my Intranet Roller Weblogger weblog. Well, folks, that is about to change.
I am not sure what has happened or who may have been doing some fixing up at what end, but the thing is that earlier on this afternoon I went and gave a good try to QumanaXP and see if I could configure it with my Roller weblog and not only have I been able to configure it successfully I am even capable of selecting multiple categories to post to and when doing a test weblog entry it all went really well and it posted it successfully the way I wanted using the MetaWeblog API.
Only thing that didn’t seem to be working was the couple of trackbacks I set up to see if those would work. And, like w.bloggar, it seems to have some kind of hiccup with that weblogging feature because it didn’t seem to be working. But that is fine with me, because, pretty much like I got used to doing that with w.bloggar, I can certainly continue doing it with QumanaXP. The good news is that it all seems to be working just fine and I quite delighted to indicate that from now on my default weblogging tool for all of my different weblogs is QumanaXP.
Certainly, a lot more user friendly than w.bloggar. Performancing for FireFox does not seem to be working for Flock 0.5.12, now my default web browser, and Flock’s weblogging component is something that I will still use every now and then, specially for that lovely integration with Flickr. But for the time being, I am quite content with QumanaXP and will probably stick with it for a little while now, since all of my weblogs are working quite all right with it. It is good to finally have one weblogging tool out there that doesn’t feel to me like I need to focus on the technical aspects of the weblogging environment but more just focus on the content itself. Quite an achievement !
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