Categories Asides Adobe on WP Post author By Matt Post date October 19, 2010 19 Comments on Adobe on WP Adobe Migrates to WordPress, switching 1,200 blogs from Movable Type. 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 ← Automattic Becomes a Domain Registrar → Mashable Interview 19 replies on “Adobe on WP” That’s the second big news in one day. Congrats too! 🙂 WOW you must be the proudest papa these days 🙂 congrats man “You know it makes sense” Take that, MT! WordPress is the best! This is the best market trend which I’ve heard. Congratulations Matt. Not only that Microsoft switches Live Spaces to WordPress, now we have Adobe following their footsteps. Congrats Matt & WordPress, Emil 1,200 blogs – phew that is a big migration! Congrats. Thank you! It was challenging, but overall was a fun, interesting project 🙂 Nice. Good to see the change. That’s great to hear for WordPress. Yes, you must be very proud of the “little project” you started from some forked code! I bet you didn’t imagine that you’d see so many people on blogs run by the software you worked on and the team you lead back when you got started!! I hope people see your story and remember that starting with a small idea, huge dreams and empires can be realized. Congratulations! Oh that is great! just as an fyi – any Adobe Indesign file can be converted to WordPress with PageZephyr. hohoho! 🙂 1200 blogs? Wow! Never knew Adobe guys liked to write so much! 🙂 Great going Matt and WordPress – another nice portion added to the 12% WP Internet Pie! Here’s hoping someday it would be above 50%. Cheers!:) I think the ‘story behind the story’ is the real big news here; a year back Adobe purchased Business Catalyst which is a CRM solution with blogging capabilities. Now Adobe doesn’t use its own Platform/Service but chooses WordPress for it’s Blogs! Well done to all from WordPress! Matt, Can we expect a more strategic alliance between WordPress and Adobe after learning of their internal blogging platform decision?, which I think is wonderful! Specifically as an Instructional Technologist I would love to see WordPress tools from Adobe that would embellish WordPress blogging development? For example, e-Learning Suite 2 and WordPress integration so I could build an educational blog and include Adobe’s value add right along with that effort 🙂 Ed No plans currently, but I believe the latest version of Dreamweaver has some WordPress-related features. You could also use Adobe Contribute software to publish to WordPress powered blogs. Comments are closed.