Useful Blog Editors For Linux Worth Trying
Not really a big fan of desktop blog editors but I think they can be really helpful if you seriously want to save your time and get things done quickly. Following are some of the best Blog Editors you can use if you’re machine is running on Linux.
Gnome Blog: A free blog editor for Linux that allows you to write and publish quick posts without putting much effort to it. It comes with a very clean interface and doesn’t really get in the way of what you’re writing.
- WYSIWYG styled text support
- Entries can be written gradually over the course of a day, popping gnome blog open and closed as you have thoughts to jot down and then posting at the end of the day
- Operates as a panel object/applet or a standalone application
- Supports many different kinds of blogs
- New Spell checking
- New Drag and drop images into your blog entry (if your blog supports it)
BloGTK: It is a weblog client that lets you post to your weblog from GNOME without the need for seperate browser windows. With BloGTK you can connect with many other weblog systems such as Blogger, Movable type and WordPress.
Thingamablog: After reading a few reviews about this editor I can easily say that it just more than just a blog editor. Thingmablog allows you to create, edit, publish and maintain your blog right from your desktop without much hassle. If you are looking to start your own blog and want to manage everything right from the desktop, this will be a great tool for you.
Thingamablog allows you to:
- Set up a blog in minutes via an intuitive wizard
- Maintain multiple blogs
- Effortlessly manage thousands of entries
- Dynamically update blog content
- Write entries offline (Dialup users)
- Publish your blog with a single click
- Publish remotely to your blog via email
- Read news with an integrated feed reader
- Make posts from your favorite feeds
- Create a unique layout with customizable templates
- Import entries from RSS/Atom feeds
- Set up flexible archiving options
- Organize your entries by category or date
- Save entries as drafts
- Define your own custom template tags
- Syndicate your blog via an RSS or Atom feed
- Ping services like weblogs.com, BlogRolling, and Blo.gs