Qumana – it’s a blog thing that does stuff

No sooner had I picked up the trial of Blogjet after reading Ian’s post about it than I happened upon Tris’s post about QumanaQumana is a two-part application that allows users to collect, build and publish content via blog hosts such as Blogger, Blogware and TypePad. With it’s stay on top DropPad applet plus the main app’s workpad and library sections, bloggers and content managers can collect, store, alter, style and then publish content in a far more featured and configuable manner than with anything I have used before.  I’m trialling it for myself and will post again with impressions.

4 Responses to “Qumana – it’s a blog thing that does stuff”

  1. J.A.S.O.N. says:

    You know, except for the voice dictation and the IE/Feeddemon integration, I believe W.Bloggar (http://www.wbloggar.com) does all of that for free.

    This Qumana thing looks interesting. I might have to look into it.

  2. Ian McKenzie says:

    I downloaded and installed, but couldn’t sort out the configuration for my WordPress setup. Any hints?

  3. Jon Husband says:

    New version with some tightening up, and a couple of new functions (RDS for Blogware, Moveable Type and Blogger, and an improved DropPad)

    Re: WordPress …we’lll need to find the API so that we can make it post to WordPress. If you can direct us to that, it will save us a bit of time, probably.

  4. jpabad says:

    In reply to Ian,
    I’m trying it now. I got it to connect to my WordPress site by using the Blogger API and then putting my website as the host and /xmlrpc.php as the end point.

    Will it work?
    I think so.

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