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Syndication methods
Websites Posted by 70South on Sunday February 03, 05:25PM, 2002
from the Different ways to do things dept.
I know and presently use the RDF feature of Squishdot, but some sites would prefer NewsML or a scrolling JavaScript based means of displaying the news articles from our news site (Squishdot based naturally).


Does anyone have any experience providing Squish based news via NewsML or JavaScript. Examples appreciated.

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    NewsML
    by Chris Withers on Monday February 04, 08:28AM, 2002
    Hmm, if you can get the NewsML spec, should be easy enough to hack up a PageTemplate or DTML Method to return what it wants.

    If you can get the spec and mail it to me, I might give it a go.

    Of course, if you could mail me the DTML method, that'd be much cooler and I could roll it into the core :-)

    cheers,

    Chris
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    JavaScript?!
    by Chris Withers on Monday February 04, 08:29AM, 2002
    As for JavaScript, don't really know what you mean.

    What does their JavaScript need information-wise and how does it get hold of it?

    cheers,

    Chris
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    Re: Syndication methods
    by gigi on Monday March 25, 01:11AM, 2002
    I'm a newbie at squishdot (from Berlin/Germany) and I just try to figure out if syndication also works the other way round. Is there some way I can syndicate the news of another website in a squishdot box?
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    • Re: Syndication methods
      by Chris Withers on Saturday March 30, 10:22AM, 2002
      Not in Squishdot unfortunately.

      It is something I'd like to get in Swishdot, but not until version 2.0, which will be for Zope 3...

      cheers,

      Chris

      PS: If you're in Berlin, are you coming to the Berlin Zope conference? I'll be there so you can bug me in person :-)
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