Mes catégories, c'est toujours le chenit. J'ai les outils qu'il faut maintenant pour faire le ménage, mais il me manque l'essentiel: quelles catégories un monstre comme CTTS devrait-il avoir?
My categories are a long-standing source of worry.
They were created in an unenlightened effort to “go ontological”, when I switched to Movable Type. By the time I switched to WordPress over four years ago, I was already thinking about cleaning up my categories (lo and behold, the birth of Batch Categories — I didn’t waste any time, did I?)
My categories are still a mess. WordPress has had native tagging for a while now (I’ve happily retired the Bunny’s Technorati Tags plugin), Rob has taken over Batch Categories, so it now works rather than just sit there in lists, and Christine from the Internet has written a nice Tag Managing Thing (which seems a bit broken in 2.5.x but might still work).
So, I could use the category to tag converter and get rid of all my categories. I would feel much lighter. Then I can use a combination of Tag Managing Thing and Batch Categories (which allows search by tag, and, actually, I see it now, allows not only addition of categories to selected posts, but tags, so maybe I don’t need Tag Managing Thing for this, and this sentence is a bit long so it’s going to end here, sorry) to re-create nice categories for my blog.
But as always, here is where I stall. What categories should a monster like CTTS have?
Want to listen rather than read? It’s here:
- My Categories are a Mess (2006)
- Tags and Categories, Oh My! (2007)
- Bunny’s Print CSS Plugin Upgrade (2008)
- WordPress Finally Has Tags! (2007)
- Tags and Categories are not the Same! (2006)
- WordPress.com Still Messes Up Tags and Categories (2010)
- The Big 2009 Category Revolution (2009)
- Print CSS Plugin (WordPress) Needs CSS Guru (2008)
- Batch Categories 0.9 (2004)
- Batch Category Editing For WordPress (2004)