Exports all your posts to a zip file containing a blosxom style directory
hierarchy of posts.
|Author:||Jacob Gelbman (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.1|
|WordPress version tested:||2.7|
|Added to WordPress repository:||17-12-2008|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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This plugin will allow you to export all your posts to a zip file where each post is a txt file located under a directory named for its category, just as blosxom is set up to be able to use.
This plugin will make it easy to switch to blosxom or to get your posts into a good format for archiving, but unlike the xml and database dumps you can export to by default in wordpress, your entries can be easily read and edited on your own computer.
This plugin appears as a top level menu page on your wordpress admin backend.
It will get the content and title without any formatting so things like
markdown work. It does not back up your images so you may have to work a
little to obtain a fully working blosxom blog set up with these posts. it
probably would involve placing the images from the
directory someplace on your server.
The modification time of the entry files are changed to whenever the entries were published. I've also included the option to export a meta-creation_date in each entry. To use this in blosxom you will need to install the entriescache plugin.
what is blosxom?
blosxom is blogging software written in perl with lots of features and addons, that has a really simple way of adding entries — as text files filed under
directories named for the category which they belong. These text files can be
filtered with plugins such as markdown, just as they can on wordpress.