Categories Asides WordPress Next Generation CMS Post author By Matt Post date April 1, 2006 13 Comments on Next Generation CMS WordPress + Textpattern = WordPattern. 😉 (Big kudos to the Textpattern folks.) Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← WordPress Widgets → Why People Aren’t Using Your Website 13 replies on “Next Generation CMS” It’s about time. Wow, that is great! I love the download too!!! I love how you’ve managed to tighten up the code. The combined product is so much smaller and more efficient than either of the previous products. But I can’t seem to import my WordPress blog into the new CMS. Any ideas? At least you guys didnt do the pink ponies thingie…. @Kelson: Oh, come on. Didn’t you run index.php? It clearly does say how to import your weblog, doesn’t it? ;o) The best thing though is the small small print… It’s only a pity Matt didn’t get into contact with the localization teams before the new version was released to the public… Now, it’ll be much harder to reach Milestone 5 in time for easter… *gg* Shweeet. Haha. By far the funniest April 1st out there. Fantastic love it………. I mean its like a total rework everything compressed into a single file. He he he As silly as it is, I’ve always felt that a) WordPress could benefit from the “sections” philosophy of Textpattern, if you want multiple streams of dated content on a site, and that b) Textpattern could benefit from a category system that isn’t ludicrous. Matt, must hand it to you folks. One detailed April Fool’s prank!!!! Must say though, the download needed improvments! OMG!! I thought this was real for one second… oooh man you’re gonna have to pay for my therapy now Matt, and you might have had to pay for my heart transplant. JEEEEEZ YOU SCARED ME THERE. WordPress for life, no Textpattern nonsense. Lovely ! I was waiting for something like this to come up 😉 […] However, I can’t confirm this yet because the WordPress website (and thus, it’s support site) are down. The comments on Matt Mullenweg’s site about this are mixed – with half offering kudos for the idea of the merger and or asking for tech support, and the rest talking about what an elaborate April Fool’s joke it was. Downloading the file at the moment wouldn’t clarify things for me since either it’s a joke or it’s not and the site was hacked in which case the file isn’t safe to download.. […] Comments are closed.