Serendipity: Baton Caught and Answered
I have been passed the Serendipity baton from Garvin:
- Do you use the Serendipity blogging engine?
- If you use Serendipity, why did you choose it?
I was not really happy with the first blogging engine that I was using (I cannot remember which one that was). So when I learned that Jannis, Sterling, and a few others had started working on a new PHP-based blogging engine, I was immediately interested and tried it. I have not looked back since.
- What does Serendipity (or another blogging engine) have to offer (functionality, plugins, bribes) to make you switch your blogging engine?
I am happy with Serendipity. It is feature-complete, standards-compliant, written in PHP, and free software.
- What project (plugin, service, code snippet) would you be interested in working on with the developers of different blogging engines?
For quite some time I have this crazy idea of taking the referer and exit targets that Serendipity collects and visualize them using GraphViz.
I pass the baton to Patrick
(who use Serendipity) and Zak
(who uses Wordpress).