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Re: [pgsql-advocacy] News Feed: PHP/Postgresql Advocacy

From: Robert Treat <xzilla(at)users(dot)sourceforge(dot)net>
To: David Costa <geeks(at)dotgeek(dot)org>, <pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Cc: "Marc G(dot)Fournier" <scrappy(at)postgresql(dot)org>,"Dave Page" <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
Subject: Re: [pgsql-advocacy] News Feed: PHP/Postgresql Advocacy
Date: 2004-02-17 03:45:12
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Wow, very cool David.  This is something we have talked about having before, 
and we seem so close now I think we need to find a way to make it happen. 
David, I noticed your news feed points to us19 rather than the main server... 
just curious if there was any reason why?  I am thinking if we could set up we could make that a public news feed that folks 
could pull from.  It would also be included in the mirror system if someone 
needed to pull a local feed (though it would be slightly delayed).   The only 
question I would have is how does this fit in with the web code rewrite / 
translation stuff?

Robert Treat

On Monday 16 February 2004 19:27, David Costa wrote:
> Hello Everyone :)
> It was a long day but I managed to finalise a newsfeed from the
> website.
> You can see it at on the right column
> As you might now, XML Feeds, made available under the rdf/rss format
> are a tremendous tool. O'Reilly on lamp is using this extensively
> to aggregate news from several sources. They
> would certainly add some news from postgresql and I am sure that many
> of the postgresql users will be more than glad to add the news
> in their website.
> Basically everyone with a website and an rss parser can add the
> news anytime using our raw feed  at
> The news are first parsed, then stored on a postgresql database in our
> server. For the feed I used PHP, Pear XML_Serializer, and a custom RSS
> parser.
> On the next few days we will move on as planned adding a column at
> dotgeek entirely dedicated to  PHP&PostgreSQL development.
> The first articles will be written by me and Hans-Jürgen Schönig.
> The next ideal step could be XML feeds for the mailing lists.
> Oh.. of course if Marc or Dave would like to see/try the sources for an
> official adoption, all yours, not urgent thou.
> 1:25 AM here, time to go home. I will keep you posted on my Advocacy
> initiatives, hope you don't mind ;)
> All the best,
> Regards
> David Costa
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