Notice the "News" and "Events" sections. These are Apostrophe slots pulling in recent blog posts and recent events from the blog plugin. Editors can plug in recent posts and events, or plug specific posts and events into specific pages. And designers can customize the presentation of posts to suit any page template.
Visitors can comment on blog posts in a spam-free environment, optionally logging in via Facebook, Twitter and several other services thanks to the excellent Disqus
blog comment management service.
All of these capabilities are standard in Apostrophe's blog plugin. And it's open source, so Symfony
developers can dive right in. Visit the Apostrophe documentation
"Great, so how come your own blog is still running WordPress?"
That will change! It's not broken and we have plenty of client projects to build, so it's not our first priority today. But our blog will be migrating to punkave.com/window. We need to take a little time to design it nicely and take advantage of Disqus' "import comments from Wordpress" feature.