As of 5:30am this morning, the blog.willamette.edu wordpress upgrade is complete. Features of the upgrade include: upgraded from wordpress 2.9.2 to 4.1.1 removing CAS login (no longer supported) all admin actions will now be done over SSL If you experience any issues, or have concerns as a result of the upgrade, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
blog.willamette.edu will be offline for a much-needed wordpress upgrade. The service will be off-line beginning at 4:30am and is expected to be available again by 6:30am. Features of the upgrade include: upgrading from wordpress 2.9.2 to 4.1.1 removing CAS login (no longer supported) all admin actions will now be done over SSL If you have […]
Effective December 12, 2013, Willamette University is retiring it’s WordPress-based personal blog service at blog.willamette.edu, in favor of blogs at Blogger, which allow you to log in with your Willamette account, create one or more blogs, and transfer them to a non-Willamette account when you leave. Existing personal blogs and institutional blogs at this site […]
As of May 1, 2012 any remaining MovableType blogs have been retired. Willamette switched blogging platforms from MovableType to WordPress in Mar 2010. Old blogs had been maintained during that time, but finally reached their end of service today. New blogs can continue to be created in WordPress.
A long overdue facelift to blog.willamette.edu is now complete. We’ve upgraded the server hardware and operating system, but our biggest change is that of adopting WordPress as our new blogging platform. WordPress has grown to be the most popular open-source blogging platform. It has a large and healthy development community and will be much easier […]
WITS staff will be performing maintenance on blog.willamette.edu the afternoon of Mar 24, 2010 beginning at 2pm, for a hardware and software upgrade. The blog.willamette.edu web site may be offline for short periods during that afternoon as we migrate data to our new platform. Please plan accordingly.
The hardware upgrade on the university web server has been completed. You might notice an improvement in rebuild speed. Enjoy!
After much delay, we’re proud to present MovableType 3.2. New features include: – comment and trackback ‘junk’ folders work similar to those found in an email client, with optional automatic expiration. – New anti-spam plugins allow finer control of spam blocking. – Better weblog settings layout. – Consolidated plugin management. (Click the ‘Plugins’ link within […]
Blog.willamette.edu will be offline for an update of the MovableType software, adding many new features. Blogs will still be viewable, but not editable while the upgrade is being done. The site should be back online tomorrow (03/30/06).