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Bashar
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# Posted on: 27-Dec-2006 12:16:37.  
Dear All,

I'm interested in creating my own personal website using ASP.Net (rather than using a framework like DNN or Community Server).

I'm considering using Microsoft Personal Website template and going on from there.

Now, I want to add three main modules; Forum, Blog and Photo Gallery.

For the forum I'll use HnD. Does anybody have any ideas for the Blog engine?

Does anyone have any particular advice with this regards? I'd appreciate your thoughts!

Thank you all in advance. Oh yeah; I wish you all a happy new year!!

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Kris
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# Posted on: 27-Dec-2006 16:43:52.  
What about creating a blog and album with LLBLGen?
That way you easily can share the userbase.
A blog and an album ain't more then a board section with one single topicposter allowed.
Include some tagging and ready you are.

Extending the sources of HnD shouldn't be too difficult.



 
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# Posted on: 03-Jan-2007 11:13:27.  
I'm also thinking about buying my own web space and setting up a blog on there. I was thinking .TEXT, but i think it may be a bit dated these days. Community Server is an option, but I've heard less than pleasant things said about setting it up for blogging etc...

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# Posted on: 03-Jan-2007 13:13:23.  
If you are thinking .text look at the Subtext project. It is a fork of .text that is being actively maintained.

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# Posted on: 03-Jan-2007 14:06:44.  
Kris wrote:
What about creating a blog and album with LLBLGen?
That way you easily can share the userbase.
A blog and an album ain't more then a board section with one single topicposter allowed.
Include some tagging and ready you are.

Extending the sources of HnD shouldn't be too difficult.

You're right, but I have nowhere near the time to do this.

I'm absolutely overloaded with projects. That's why I'm looking to buy instead of build.
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# Posted on: 03-Jan-2007 14:18:25.  
Out of curiosity, what's wrong with Community server?

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# Posted on: 03-Jan-2007 14:22:25.  
mihies wrote:
Out of curiosity, what's wrong with Community server?

Price? Regular Smiley

Btw, dasBlog, the engine of scott hanselman seems to be decent as well.
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# Posted on: 04-Jan-2007 14:30:55.  
True, but, I'm looking for an integrated experience. Something like a single-sign-on solution. I'm willing to write code to achieve this, but not too much code.

We should form a community! Tongue


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# Posted on: 04-Jan-2007 16:37:30.  
Bashar wrote:
True, but, I'm looking for an integrated experience. Something like a single-sign-on solution. I'm willing to write code to achieve this, but not too much code.

We should form a community! Tongue


Have you looked at DotNetNuke? It would support the single sign on, etc.. Then you just need to find the modules you want, Wiki, Forum, Blog Engine, etc.

I think there was a dev on the forums somewhere that was using LLBLGen to write DNN modules.

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# Posted on: 05-Jan-2007 08:17:24.  
PilotBob, read the OP Wink, he is looking for something else now.


 
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# Posted on: 05-Jan-2007 10:30:31.  
Otis wrote:
mihies wrote:
Out of curiosity, what's wrong with Community server?

Price? Regular Smiley


AFAIK CS is free for personal use. Anyway, even buying it should be cheaper than creating your own solution. Wink
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# Posted on: 05-Jan-2007 12:46:24.  
You're probably right. Regular Smiley

The only problem is my inner developer will NOT let me use code I cannot totally control!

Am I the only one who feels this way?


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# Posted on: 05-Jan-2007 17:34:14.  
Bashar wrote:
You're probably right. Regular Smiley

The only problem is my inner developer will NOT let me use code I cannot totally control!

Am I the only one who feels this way?


You should dump windows then ;-)
Anyway, AFAIK CS comes with source code.
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# Posted on: 06-Jan-2007 12:49:24.  
mihies wrote:
You should dump windows then ;-)


I don't talk politics!! Wink

mihies wrote:
Anyway, AFAIK CS comes with source code.


It does, so does DNN. The only problem is, trying to figure how to change it would take longer than creating my own project.

I cannot believe that NOBODY out there has created a blog engine using .Net 2.0! Angry


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# Posted on: 06-Jan-2007 13:19:26.  
SimpleBloghttp://www.codeplex.com/sbn/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx
tinyBlog Codeplex but no releases
SingleUserBlog Codeplex but no releases
NBlogrhttp://www.codeplex.com/Nblogr
Avika (read http://www.dlarsen.com/posts/2006/08/10/blog-engine-revisited.aspx) will be released soon

 
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# Posted on: 06-Jan-2007 16:09:13.  
Would you think I was gay if I said I loved you Regular Smiley

Cuz, really, I'm not!! Laugh


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# Posted on: 06-Jan-2007 21:22:35.  
Bashar wrote:
Would you think I was gay if I said I loved you Regular Smiley

Cuz, really, I'm not!! Laugh


I'm not either Laugh

 
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# Posted on: 08-Jan-2007 17:59:32.  
I think personally I'm going to go with dasBlog. Either that or get wordpress working on a hoster who supports PHP.



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Kris
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# Posted on: 08-Jan-2007 21:09:50.  
MattWoberts wrote:
I think personally I'm going to go with dasBlog. Either that or get wordpress working on a hoster who supports PHP.



I'm using both of them on different sites and prefer wordpress.
On the other hand dasblog must be easy to integrate in HnD.

 
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# Posted on: 20-Feb-2007 09:11:32.  
http://www.llblgen.com/TinyForum/Messages.aspx?ThreadID=9065

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# Posted on: 22-Feb-2007 06:15:48.  
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http://www.llblgen.com/TinyForum/Messages.aspx?ThreadID=9065

I was just getting ready to point to Minima. I ran across it a couple of weeks ago and noticed that it was built on LLBL and mentioned he should release the source. I haven't had a chance to get into it, but I'm glad he did. I'm always looking for ways that I'm not leveraging LLBL to it's full potential.
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