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Web standards, accessibility and such like with a bias toward Government web sites

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By: Marco

Sun, 23 Oct 2005 12:28:48 +0000

Well, Gregarius has an RSS-rendering theme which allows you to export an RSS feed of pretty much anything you can see in the web interface (e.g. a feed of your tags, of a category, the results of a search, and so on.) The RSS theme is bundled into Gregarius 0.5.2 and greater, and you may want to install the RSS view plugin to expose the different feeds.

By: Nick

Sun, 23 Oct 2005 10:30:59 +0000

Kay what I really want to do is aggregate our feeds, which is done in Gregarious using Magpie (as are most server based RSS readers/aggregators) and then allow people to make use of them in whatever way the see fit. Port80 might use a feed of all the post summaries of all members, where I would use the name and title of everybody's posts except mine. My theory is that the odds are somebody else has already built it or something similar, so find and make use of it instead of building it myself from scratch.

By: One of Kay's Personas

Sun, 23 Oct 2005 08:25:57 +0000

Hmmm... so really, you want to aggregate feeds and republish them? If you could generate the combined feed, I'm sure there's wordpress plugins to output them. Or you could just point people to the feed and they could do whatever they want with them. We could run it off the Port80 site. What about Magpie? Maybe you could find a Madpilot to help with the PHP!