235Re: OPML 1.1
- Dec 22, 2003Howdy
I've incorporated the OPML usage info noted
in this thread by:
Rogers Cadenhead, Morbus Iff, Brent Simmons,
Mark Fletcher, and Øyvind Kolås
... into OPML_Elements_and_Attributes.opml
(which lives here:
Those folks might want to
take a look to see if I've got things
Other folks who work on OPML tools: please
post away to this thread RE your OPML usage.
I'll continue to incorporate data posted
to this Yahoo group into the file.
( I have NOT yet added all the new tools,
e.g. agregators et al, that do some OPMLing.
It'll take some time ... )
Plus: expanding the process a bit:
I've opened up a Groove workspace wherein
folks can add to or modify
as regards their products' OPMLation.
I'me sending invites to this Groove workspace to
folks who've posted to this Yahoo group about tools
they work on and OPML. If
you don't get an invite, and want to join the
workspace, just drop me a personal email off-group
(Stan@...)and I'll send you an invite.
I'll also be sending invites to other folks who
seem involved in OPML tooldom.
[ If you don't have Groove,
there's a [free for personal use/free for 60 days
of business use] Groove Workspace Preview Edition
downloadable here: http://www.groove.net/downloads/groove/ ]
The Groove workspace can be particularly useful
for indicating your tools' support of the various
elements, attributes, and types. Takes a load of
detail work off me.
Homage and regards to all OPMLers ....
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