You never know fully what your working with till you’ve tried it at least one, or twice – and that goes for anything – as much as you prepare (or don’t prepare) there will usually be somethings, or many things, that are unforeseen like …. needing
Now that I’ve had a chance to look at the work needed – it’s alot – mostly redirects – but it might require a bit of work to make that happen – I wrote about the problems I found tonight at Webmetricsguru.com and it’s worth a read .. hell, given t he way the import worked, most of our traffic won’t ever make it to the site becuase all the urls in Search Engines are now wrong – they won’t resolve.
I have a headache, going to bed – can’t take any more of this today.
Just bear with us – this is a tough move from MT to WordPress – and honestly, given the number of people who have to do it – you’d think it would be almost seamless, except the platforms themselves (ie: Movable Type and WordPress) don’t have much if any incentive to making life easier for users moving off Movable Type, and I guess, of WordPress (but that’s much less frequent).
Anyway, that’s as far as we’ve gotten today on Webmetricsguru.