Wordpress 2.0 has been released, and I’m not that impressed. For me, the biggest missing feature is database independence, namely support for SQLite. Blogs are a perfect use case for SQLite: 99% reads, 1% writes. I don’t have MySQL installed on my server, and I refuse to install it just for a blog. I say, quit your whining and use ADODb. In the meantime, I’ll stick with MovableType. And if I ever decide to ditch it, I’ll probably go with Typo. That is, if I could ever figure out how to get Ruby on Rails configured for a deployment environment. Hopefully, this will get easier with Apache’s renewed interest in FastCGI.