First textpattern patch accepted

I'm slowly trying to convert my blog from Movable Type to Textpattern.
I'm already running two other blog sites (Mads Gemal and Altnok) with Textpattern and I really like it. It fits perfectly into my home grown PHP5 website framework.

Now the Textpattern developers accepted my first patch. It's a very very simple patch, but still a patch. It adds the ability for plug-ins to add custom things to the head part of a RSS and ATOM feed.

Textpattern is small and simple and works like a charm. It lakes some of the features from WordPress and doesn't seem to have as many plug-ins as WordPress. But it really easy to integrate into an existing website and that's what I was looking for.

Update: Now both blogs (Mads Gemal and Altnok) running Textpattern is using the feature to add a image to both the RSS and ATOM feeds. Check it out here and here.

August 27, 2007 12:32 PM | Posted in Interesting


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