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add xml-rpc import #11

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frozeman opened this Issue Mar 19, 2012 · 0 comments

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frozeman commented Mar 19, 2012

Hi, developer!
Today I first time found your CMS, and fascinated how it looks very cute! Well, documented at user-view from first entrance to your site, fancy admin backend.
Nice work, but looks like this CMS not good for me. Yes, I understand that I need specific feature.
Did you think about remote publishing (xml-rpc) or content import feature?
Today blogging engines (if you decide your CMS need more blogging features) may come with remote publishing (xml-rpc). Windows Live Writer is free tool, many people use it now, especially for fancy image manipulation (shadows etc) and nice MS integration with many things.
Here is screenshot of xml-rpc client I use, in my case it is BlogJet: http://s019.radikal.ru/i638/1203/41/a6b6e0017737.jpg
At top-right you can see in drop-down menu I use few different accounts to post to. It is few different sites with different types of CMS.
Advantage of this technology - you can post more spam to web (not my case) or you can maintain blogs on different sites with different CMS. Not need to remember all the hell from all CMS using, just set-up CMS ones and forget about admin backend for content adding.

I think xml-rpc today really helps to publish content...

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