[typo] use cases behind single/multi-blog support

Brody Pierre brodypierre at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 15:39:39 EST 2007


I notice that Typo (like many other blogging engines) seems built around the
idea of one, or at most a few, blogs.  Most bloggers
don't want to run their own server-side software -- they want a hosted solution
, along with user self-registration and differentiation of blogs by URL
path.

So a blog-server admin would naturally want to host many bloggers. I'm
thinking of something like blogger.com, although presumably specialized for
some niche.

What motivated the decision to support one blogs (now moving forward to
supporting a few)? What are the use cases that made Typo and other blogging
engines work this way?
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