Movable Type 3.2 Released

Movable Type 3.2 was released this morning by the team at Six Apart.  The new release has a wealth of features designed to make blogging even easier and smarter.

Max and I are running Movable Type on BeingEDU and plan to upgrade as soon as we have a few minutes of free time.  I’m looking forward to trying out the context-aware search interface, flltering spam into a junk folder, and having a centralized overview for all my blogs.

Make sure you also take a look at the new smart CSS design templates and libraries of new styles.  I’m pleased to say I had a tiny hand in creating three of the color variations used for the new Vicksburg theme, although the true credit for the design and CSS magic goes to Vicksburg’s creator, Walt.  View the new templates and others at the Style Library Remixer.

For the last month, my company, Ideacodes, has been consulting for Six Apart and I’ve had the rare opportunity to sit in the MT area next to some of the people that have built Movable Type, including Jay, Anil, Ezra, Brad.  Aside from the fanfare over the actual product, it’s the dedication and teamwork of the people behind the product that have really impressed me.