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February 19, 2007 @ 10:57:00

The PHP-GTK Community site has introduced a new feature for members of the site - the ability to create and write to their own blog right there on the site.

These are the most visible sign of a new feature on the site: registered members now have their own blog on the site, and blogging about a manual update, community story or recent page is just one click away.

Clicking on the "small, dark, lowercase 'b' marks" on their site (when logged in, of course) will allow users to blog about a specific item or piece of content on the site. You can still create free-form posts, but this is a shortcut to prepopulating some of the details about the content without having to cut and paste or type it in yourself.

Check out the PHP-GTK Community site and check out this post for more information on how you can get started.

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