Stick a fork in it

YABBOB : Yet Another b2-Based Blog, Only Better.

Cool! (Now, please, Google, don’t make me the number one result for it for far too long like you did with Inklog).

In other b2 news, Michel is alive, though still not too terrible active.


Comment by Robert Wall #
2003-04-13 02:34:19

For another b2 based weblog (and this one is based on smarty) see

Comment by Matt #
2003-04-13 03:05:15

Seen WordPress? We’ve got some neat surprises planned. Coming soon to a store near you.

Comment by Phil Ringnalda #
2003-04-13 16:39:33

Yeah, I saw it without noticing who was involved, and once someone pointed out that it was you I was trying to figure out how to say ”Oh, and look at this fork too, because that Matt’s PhotoMatt Matt” without saying exactly that.

Looking forward to seeing what you can do with it: from my limited experience hacking on it, it’s fairly easy to cram more stuff in, but a real bitch to tidy up, what with the way it’s grown and intertwined and sprouted little offshoots all over the place. And of course I like the fact that two of your three enhancements for 0.7 are the two things I’ve hacked into b2 myself ;)

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2003-04-09 09:49:25


Yet another person is taking some action and rewriting b2, and it looks like it’s off to a good start. As best as I can tell it will support templated output (hopefully using something that truly separates layout logic from code logic like Smarty), Enc…

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