I remember barely three years ago, when I walked into a cellphone store and begged the sales guy to find me a mobile phone that I could use to visit the e Bay website while at antique auctions.
I knew that having access to completed auction prices on e Bay would give me a competitive advantage.
Comments on this post are closed; you can direct general questions about the migration process on this thread and a fellow FTP user or someone from the team will get back to you asap.
Last May, we discussed a number of challenges facing Blogger users who relied on FTP to publish their blogs.
Update, 3/6/10: The Migration Tool is now live for all users; a walk-through of the tool is here.
If you have used the tool and run into a problem, please report them here.
Ummm..BB itself is still free so I don't know what you're talking about.
Firstly, to solve the problem with the comments not showing under the post.FTP remains a significant drain on our ability to improve Blogger: only .5% of active blogs are published via FTP — yet the percentage of our engineering resources devoted to supporting FTP vastly exceeds that.On top of this, critical infrastructure that our FTP support relies on at Google will soon become unavailable, which would require that we completely rewrite the code that handles our FTP processing.Even after loading the "unsafe" script I still can't see the comments.Ultimately I just want to review the comments on my blog.