I was trying to use blogs.gentoo.org/alicef/ Gentoo official blog
based on wordpress.
As far as I could like the draft feature, it had some big drawback.
Most big one I couldn't post any syntax highlighted code.
And wordpress maintenance takes lots of time, in particular managing plugins.
Also because I cannot change Gentoo blog plugins without admin privilege, is bit too much to have to ask every time I have problem with plugins or I need a new one.

So I decided to come back to ikiwiki.
Also in ikiwiki I can make some sort of draft function where post tagged as draft dosen't come up on the blog list.
This is simply done by using this on the blog.mdwn
pages="page(blog/) and !/Discussion and !*/local.css and !tagged(draft)"
That will remove the blog page tagged with draft from the blog view.

For the syntax highlight I used a plugin for pygments.py made by
That you can find here pygments.pm

Pygments.pm output example:

#include <stdio.h>

int main(void) {
    // your code goes here
    return 0;

And last one, on Ikiwiki comments, I decided to delegate comments spam to disqus, also if I don't like so much to use a private business plugin, do is job of managing comments well enough.
I also just discovered that disqus is part of Y combinator, the company behind hacker news.