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LJ + Movable Type [Aug. 22nd, 2004|10:54 am]
LiveJournal Client Discussions

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Is anyone aware of, or planing to write a client capable of simultaneously posting to movabletype and LJ? If not I am seriously considering merging 2 open source clients into a functional frankenstein.

comments, suggestions?
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[User Picture]From: ibneko
2004-09-18 10:31 pm (UTC)
Oh, hell, completely forgot to reply to this comment... only saw it when I was cleaning out my mailbox.

Will e-mail you the zip file, 'cause I had charged someone for the time spent rewriting the thing to handle multiple lj and xangas (Probably not the most honest thing, since the original author of the plug-in was distributing it free... Eh.. I needed money at the time though, and it's a welcome source of income when one has no real job.). There is no login info, it's not hardcoded in... the user can input it him/herself.
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[User Picture]From: pholower
2004-09-22 06:55 pm (UTC)
I have been considering using MT on my website so that I could also do tracking on there as well as LJ, could you email that to me as well, if you want, i will host it on my site for a while to save you the trouble.
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[User Picture]From: ibneko
2004-09-22 08:40 pm (UTC)
Mmm, I'd actually suggest getting the offical MTLJPost (hit google, I think I spelled it correctly). It should do what you want and you'd get better support. :P Mine would only be useful if you wanted to post to multiple livejournal or to xanga...
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[User Picture]From: pholower
2004-09-23 01:00 pm (UTC)
Must of had a misunderstanding as to what your client actually did. Thanks for the information though.
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