Techmania

November 10, 2007

Drivel: Offline blogging client

Filed under: FOSS,Linux — mifan @ 12:59 pm

Finally, I’ve crash landed on a single offline blogging client, and I hope this would be the start of a long lasting friendship. Drivel, an apt-get away on Ubuntu, is a desktop blogging client which allows you to post/blog to multiple blogs, from the comfort of your dektop (literally). It supports various types of Journals: LiveJournal, Atom, Blogger, MovableType and Advogato, and thus any blog that supports one of these types, including WordPress and Drupal using MovableType. Users have the ability to store their username, password for various accounts, and work offline saving blog posts for delayed posting. And the simple, uncluttered, spartan-looking user interface gives that polished look to the client. All in all, lets hope I blog more (ok…at least I’m hoping I do 🙂 )

Drivel Client

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2 Comments »

  1. you must be a programmer and a web geek

    Comment by cebu real estate — December 2, 2007 @ 9:11 am | Reply

  2. SmartXBlog is desktop blog editor for both windows and mac , it has WYSIWYG editor, image editor, online news, image and video search, drag and drop option, bookmarks , rss feed available from nearly 100 popular websites and you can even add your own rss, pop up alerts of your comments and you can preview and publish your post directly to your wordpress account .I think it is best available blogging desktop editor for windows and mac. Free trial can be downloaded from

    http://www.smartxblog.com/

    Comment by Zubaida — January 21, 2014 @ 1:01 pm | Reply


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