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Re: Feeds Integration

From: David Costa <geeks(at)dotgeek(dot)org>
To: Chris Ryan <xgbe(at)yahoo(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Feeds Integration
Date: 2004-02-20 16:29:33
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On Feb 20, 2004, at 5:20 PM, Chris Ryan wrote:

>     I've corrected the date and posted the updated news.rss.
> Chris Ryan

Hello Chris,
thanks for your prompt fix.

looks fine to me. Now there is a caveat ;)

Rss 1.0 which I used on this script allows only title, link description 
therefore some parsers might arbitrarily ignore any other tags or 
Rss 2.0 has author and data capability but is sort of silly because 
pretends a formation like author(at)domain(dot)suffix which for spam purposes 
is rarely used.

Let's see if someone else has a feedback  I will test it with some 
other parsers too just in case.
So far so good.
thanks to Devrim for trying this out.

David Costa

> --- David Costa <geeks(at)dotgeek(dot)org> wrote:
>> On Feb 20, 2004, at 4:48 PM, Chris Ryan wrote:
>>>     It worked great. You can find the output that was generated at
>>> I don't have any RSS tools to
>>> view this with so someone else may want to look at this and verify
>> it's
>>> generating correctly. Other than that it looks good to me.
>>>     Once a few people have looked at it and we all like the way
>> it's
>>> working I can setup the cron to generate the file on a regular
>> basis.
>> Okay a live parsed feed is at
>> as you can see there are some little problems
>> The date is not produced by the feed <date>submit_date</date> (see
>> source on
>> The author is not grabbed by this specific parser but is something we
>> can solve.
>> This parser is somehow strict, I have another one if you want me to
>> try
>> with that one, I can have a page up soon or I can email you the
>> source
>> of a "non that strict"
>> parser ? ;)
>>>     Good Job Dave.
>>> Chris Ryan
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