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b2 to WordPress migration script

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b2 to WordPress migration script Migrate from b2 to WordPress in one step.

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  1. Joe (13 comments.) says:

    B2 ? Isn’t that a little dated? I never used it but I thought it hasn’t been updated in a long time. Or is that just me. :-)

  2. LcF (19 comments.) says:

    Hmm… I migrated from b2 to WP few years ago. b2 to WP2 is new, anyway.
    b2 is mother of WP. :)

  3. Sam (13 comments.) says:

    I used b2evolution awhile back. It just doesn’t have the depth of a support community that WordPress does. I talked another blogger into switching over to WordPress from b2 – he probably could have made use of this as he moved everything over by hand.

  4. Aral Balkan (1 comments.) says:

    Yep, b2 sure is dated! Unfortunately, I only just got the chance to migrate (part of the issue was that I’d heavily hacked my b2 install with some features that have only somewhat recently made it into WP.) In any case, if there is anyone left on b2, I hope this helps somewhat! :)

  5. Ben Jones (Design manager) (1 comments.) says:

    A new agency has suggested that they would use “b2evolution” to re-design our data centre design association website (http://www.datacentredesign.org) to have a content management system to include a user account registration, add new pages, a tutorial section and blog. I was looking on sites that use b2evolution and relevant blogs to see what other people were saying about using this platform. As we have no programming skills (beyond using Microsoft Frontpage) I would really appreciate other peoples comments on how easy they found b2evolution to use. Are there any specific advantages? – thanks.



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