Movable Type Open Source is up - Give it a look!

Today there is a great time for all bloggers around the world as Six Apart launched Movable Type Open Source known also as MTOS or Movable Type OS.

What is cool about it is that the product contains absolutely all the features part of the commercial Movable Type (v4.01 as we all know it so far) plus a set of minor improvements and bug fixes.

MTOS is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2.

(you may like to check the entire press release here)

I should confess you that I've enjoyed the MTOS launching announcement together with the Six Apart team that was present at Le Web 3 forth edition in Paris, including Chris Alden, the Six Apart CEO

I bet you are curious to give it a look and so I won't take up any more of your time

Go to:

And login with:
- username: demo - password: demo

The commercial version is still and will continue to be available at:

Same login information apply (demo/demo)

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