Yes, you are still looking on the same blog. We just got slight
Back in the first few years, we (or actually I) were posting 2-3 posts a week and running a moonshine operation after hours of my daily job. This changed at 2010 when I jumped the gun and went full job with DIYP.
Now, ever since DIYP was born, about 8 years ago, it was using Drupal as a platform. But things has changed. DIYP was getting bigger, covering more topics and getting more traffic. We made a change to WordPress, to both support the growing team and reflect the editorial change we are going through which gives a focus to photography in general (while still keeping DIY with a warm place in our hearts as a category).
We are still ironing things out so if you see anything weird please let us know.
P.S. – expect a Drupal vs WordPress for photographers post soon.