This is the second part in a series of posts which should help you get your Drupalblog fully configured. Last week we covered a lot about multilingual settings and basic configuration. This week we'll continue to configure the site and discuss our choices for other options. There's still more to come.
We recently decided to add a blog to our Drupal distribution site, and I jumped at the opportunity to help get it set up. Since it's a new feature for our site, I decided to document the steps I took in my development environment so that we can be sure to replicate what works on our production server.