Eating your own dogfood

I’ve just finishing converting my blog from Jekyll to WordPress.

There were a couple of features I was looking for (such as being able to schedule upcoming posts), but the real reason is that I want to be able to use MySQL 5.7 DMR3 against a tool that I interact with almost every day.

Or as this is more informally known, I wanted to eat my own dogfood:

I now have:

  • WordPress 3.8.1
  • MySQL 5.7 DMR3
  • sql_mode=NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION,STRICT_TRANS_TABLES
  • All InnoDB Storage Engine
  • Disqus comment engine (comment if you think this is cheating)
  • “Markdown on Save Improved” plugin.

I apologize for broken images and URLs changing slightly (which will break comments). I plan to fix them as I spot them.

Do you have any other suggestions I should try?