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By: Brian

Mon, 04 Feb 2008 23:18:23 +0000

Oh man oh man is this a timesuck... You are a brave and noble man, Ranger Jim.



By: Semiologic Test » Playing with SimplePie for WordPress

Tue, 10 Jul 2007 12:58:26 +0000

[...] subsequently fueled the experiment with pulling class feeds into a static page with WPMU (write-up here). So, I still have some more research to do with this tool, but I am more than excited about the [...]



By: jimgroom » “We aint one-at-a-timin’ here, we’re mass communicatin’!”

Sun, 08 Jul 2007 04:16:37 +0000

[...] space referenced (find out how the two plugins BDP RSS and Optimal were used to create this space here) it requires a small php hack which is impossible for general users on WPMu. So rather than hacking [...]



By: jimgroom » WPMu Smackdown: RSS, Autoblogs, Aggregators, o-matics, and more…

Sun, 08 Jul 2007 04:14:31 +0000

[...] RSS 0.6.2: I have talked at length about this slick aggregator plugin for WordPress here. And I recently checked back at the OzPolitics blog to find out that Bryan has updated this [...]



By: WPMu Smackdown: RSS, Autoblogs, Aggregators, o-matics, and more… at ELS Blogs

Thu, 05 Jul 2007 22:46:06 +0000

[...] RSS 0.6.2: I have talked at length about this slick aggregator plugin for WordPress here. And I recently checked back at the OzPolitics blog to find out that Bryan has updated this [...]



By: “We aint one-at-a-timin’ here, we’re mass communicatin’!” at bavatuesdays

Thu, 28 Jun 2007 04:37:22 +0000

[...] space referenced (find out how the two plugins BDP RSS and Optimal were used to create this space here) it requires a small php hack which is impossible for general users on WPMu. So rather than hacking [...]



By: Gardner

Tue, 13 Feb 2007 18:57:30 +0000

Blowin' my mind. As always. Thanks, Jim.



By: jimgroom

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 21:36:20 +0000

I whole-heartedly agree, Matt. ITDamager has created a WPMU sitewide feed, but it is only working with dynamic sub domain installs thus far, and we are not running that option just yet. I think playing with the feed possibilities right now is the next step to a larger system-wide integration. I am fairly certain, given my scouring of the forums, that more sophisticated feed capabilities will be in the near-future builds. Functionality I would love to see, that comes stock with WordPress.com sites, is the community tags. This could be extremely useful for feeding student content to specific courses, groups, organizations, etc. The digital five ring binder manifested! Also, isn't time WordPress integrated with MediaWiki in more sophisticated ways? I can think of a million and one uses for this relationship.



By: Matt

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 18:54:12 +0000

Thanks so much for posting this, Jim -- I had been having trouble getting the BDP Aggregation going without exec-php. Thanks to your post, I've got it working now. It seems to me that providing aggregation from student blogs in a WPMU installation is essential to making WPMU work. Ideally, this should be built into WPMU itself . . . perhaps it will be in future versions.