This is a test. I succeeded in exporting from After Gutenberg all posts since I migrated to WordPress. I then imported them to YGIAGAM. Yet, no matter what I have tried, all I get is an empty look with the May 2004 calendar, which is the last month that I posted to this weblog. So, I am trying a new entry to see what happens.
Well, there was no difference after creating a new entry made. When I selectively rebuilt the main index, it would seem that YGIAGAM has returned. Now to see how well the current versions of MT and Blacklist handle comment spam.
Rather than the PHP script by Papa Scott, I used the second version of a PHP script written by Carthik, which is referenced in the comments on Scott’s offering. I prefered the Carthik script because it handled categories better than Scott’s script. I did take three lines from Scott’s script and add them to the Carthik script. Also, for one of the extra lines, I substituted __default__ for markdown in the “Convert Line Breaks” statement.
This transition marks a proof of concept; I had agreed with Burningbird that it seemed a good idea to have a backup blog. As Shelley has noted, Movable Type is one of the best weblog engines for importing and exporting.