I’ve been recently trying to get back to blogging. In fact, I’ve beeen recently trying to do what I set out to do more than one year ago, when I created and launched this blog. For a number of reasons, which I may or may not cover in a future post, that intent has been replaced or delayed for quite some time, but it seems that I’m finally taking action to solve that.
One of the reasons that made me become a bit lazy on the matter, was the “hassle” to maintain the platform that I chose for blogging: wordpress. I’m not complaining about wordpress itself, which is a great blogging tool. However, having been a drupal developer for a few years now, I’m rather used to Drush. In the unlikely event you, the reader, don’t know what Drush is, I suggest you go and read the first paragraph of its readme, but to keep it quick, let’s just say that drush is “a command-line utility for drupal that let’s you tackle all maintenance and deployment aspects of a drupal project during its entire lifecycle.”. That’s the simplest definition I’ve come up with in a few seconds. If you don’t like it, I have others, too.