I stumbled on it by accident, but I thought it was cool enough to mention:
the W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group uses b2evolution! B)
Best of all, making the weeb more usable in the mobile arena is something I'm very interested in ;)
nice! keep up all the hard work. :)
but it honor only the beautyfull real stable software
congradulation to the coders ;)
real good job has done
Congratulations !!! it rocks :-D
FANTASTIC!! I’m so proud to be a user of b2evo, thank you!
One year ago, I spent a lot of time (about 2-3 weeks) to find the best blogging engine to start my blog. I have set very stringent criteria: an engine that’s stable, W3C standard compliant, maintainable, under active development, supports multiple languages properly, etc. After reading numerous reviews, and having installed a few blogging engines to try out, read a bit of their codes (I’m a PHP programmer), I decided to stick to b2evolution.
This piece of news reassures me that my choice is simply *correct* – b2evo is ‘the’ blogging engine!
Comment from: Carl Visitor
b2 needs to be way more aggresive in its spam fighting capabilities and its lack of development has hurt it badly. WP is all people talk about and their community is actively developing new capabilities into the software all the time. b2 has languished while WP and other products, even Content Managment products have added new code and features. B2 had a chance to capitalize on Movable Type’s mistake but just sat there with no new code :(
And spammers thank you and so does WP for this “design cycle” of nada.
I think, b2evo is the best blog engine. I have tried WP wich is all people talk, but Ithink b2evo still better than WP.
Maybe we need to send our donation ( next time I will ) to make faster development…
“Still b2evo, now and ever”
The next step is: Microsoft!
Whhhooo :) Good luck for the next stable release!
Comment from: Elpie Visitor
Response to Carl - There are many methods for keeping spam off b2evo, its just a matter of checking the forums. I have been using b2evo for some time now and am very happy with the stability, security, and spam fighting tips provided in the forums that have kept referrer and comment spam much lower than the spam in my email inbox.
Speed of development of new releases is no way to judge an open source project. Development is always continuing, but heck - if it aint broke, why fix it? There are thousands of satisfied b2evo users if the number of installs is any indication. The fact that W3C is using it says a lot!
The one thing you said Carl, that I do agree with, is that Wordpress gets a lot more notice. The b2evolution team are too busy coding to sing their own praises but there should be more promotion. The fact that W3C uses it would mean a lot to a whole heap of potential users. Wordpress gets a lot of promotion, but that does not mean its the best blog. Unless b2 users get into spreading the word, b2evolution will be the best kept secret around.
nice! let’s help spread b2e to more orgs ^_^
I used to use b2evo but comment SPAM eventually caused by web-host to insist that I try other software.
This is a shame, as I liked b2evo much better than any of the alternatives.
I agree with the earlier post that suggests getting more serious about security issues. If that had been done six months back, I would still be using b2evo today.
That is great news. When will 1.6 be a “stable” release? I am looking forward to working with it.
Comment from: FormerUser Visitor
Why the excitement? Unless you look at the source you’d never know - it’s not like they link back or anything.
They most certainly DO linkback! Just look at the page and see the bottom of the sidebar for the b2evolution image linked to b2evolution.