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EveryBlog 1.x Released

Description

EveryBlog is the every man of blog modules. Its a replacement for Drupal's built-in Blog module that allows users to have multiple blogs. Each blog has its own name instead of being "So-in-so's Blog" and blogs can be grouped into categories. Categories are actually just a vocabulary that you have chosen to use for categorizing blogs (set via the settings page).

When you go to "Create Content"->"Blog" you are asked for which blog you'd like to post to. (Users can only post to blogs they've created.) Or, instead of selecting an existing blog, you can choose to create a new blog.

When creating a new blog you will give it a name and select which category the blog belongs to. Since categories are really vocabularies, adding a new category must be done through the Taxonomy module.

To go straight to a blog you can use:
"www.yoursite.com/blog/Your_Blog_Name"

There are also several ways to get a list of blogs on a site:
1) Going to "www.yoursite.com/blogs" shows a list of all the blogs on the site alphabetically.
2) Going to "www.yoursite.com/blogs/user" shows a list of the blogs grouped by the user that created them.
3) Going to "www.yoursite.com/blogs/category/" shows a list of blogs grouped by category.
4) Going to "www.yoursite.com/blogs/user/johndoe" shows a list of all the blogs by the user 'johndoe'
5) Going to "www.yoursite.com/blogs/category/projects" shows a list of all the blogs in the category 'projects'.

 

Upcoming Features:

  • Blogtheme integration

 

Downloads:

Checkout Drupal.org to download the module.


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Bug reports and feature requests are welcome. No guarantee on how fast I will get around to them, graduate studies take precedence right now.

Comments

The "Releases" link at http://drupal.org/project/everyblog points to http://drupal.org/node/282693/release, which says there are no releases. Is there a relatively stable 1.0 version out there? This is exactly what I'm looking for!

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