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MovableType 3.3 Is Available For FREE!

Contributed by mm | July 23, 2006 9:58 AM PST

I have been using MovableType as my blogging platform for the last three years. I had always been on version 2.6, but never thought of upgrading to version 3 since it costs a lot. No more ... the new release of MovableType 3.3, which was released a week ago, is finally free for personal bloggers. The installation/upgrade process is also a breeze thanks to the adoption of AJAX technology. Take a try!

When we started offering professional support and paid licenses for Movable Type over two years ago, the idea of business blogging wasn't obvious nor was the need for a reliable blogging vendor that a company could trust as a partner.

Since then, the power of business blogging has become obvious. So we've increased our commitment to Movable Type, the world's preferred platform for business blogging. The most visible result of which is the release of a new update, Movable Type version 3.3, along with an entirely new product, Movable Type Enterprise.

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We also continue to make our personal license for Movable Type even more open: The personal version of Movable Type is now completely free, and supports as many blogs and authors as you want. Of course, we continue to offer paid support as an option for personal blogs, along with services such as professional installation.

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fivecentnickel.com Commented on July 24, 2006

So are you planning on upgrading pfblog? Still looks like it's running version 2.64.


MM Commented on July 24, 2006

I already upgraded my main blog ... I doubt many are still using the network blog though so I don't plan to upgrade.

All I can tell is upgrade is much smoother than I expected.


Flexo Commented on July 24, 2006

SixApart's move is understandable. They're focusing on corporate services, which easily subsidize the personal version of the software. Regardless, for some reason, every "personal" MovableType version I've ever run easily upgraded my multiple-author, multiple-blog database without telling me I needed to upgrade to an enterprise edition or pay money to SixApart.


Coach Coin Commented on July 25, 2006

MM - are you not planning to link to the network bloggers anymore? I would still very much enjoy writing but I see the links to our pages are now no longer on the front page. -CC


fivecentnickel.com Commented on July 25, 2006

Just to echo CC's question... I noticed that you are no longer linking to network content. Doing this essentially kills the network. Is that your intention. If so, that's fine -- I'd just like to know.


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