QTM is a desktop application for writing and revising weblog entries. QTM can interface with any blogging platform or content management system that understands the MetaWeblog API. Currently, this includes Wordpress, Movable Type, Drupal, TypePad, and Squarespace, among others. The "How do I set up QTM to access my blog?" entry under "Using QTM" gives detailed instructions on how to configure QTM to work with a variety of systems. Once configured, users can opt to compose blog entries either using QTM's What You See Is What You Get (or WYSIWYG) interface or by using markdown formatting. The "Quick Post" feature gives users a system tray icon that they can click to begin a new post from a series of pre-configured templates. QTM is free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License v2, with source code available on bitbucket. Pre-built executables are available from the QTM website for Windows and macOS. For Linux, most major distributions include a QTM package.
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