[typo] Atom Export Proposal

Scott Laird scott at sigkill.org
Mon Aug 14 09:32:29 EDT 2006


I haven't had time to look over the whole document yet, but I like
what I've seen so far.  I have a few suggested changes :-).

First, I think the content body model is going to cause problems.
Here's how you're doing it now:

    <export:contentsyntax
scheme="http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/"
label="Markdown"/>
    <content type="text">I just wrote this *brilliant Java code*. Have a look!

    public String getPaula() {
        return paula;
    }</content>

Can we change this to something like this:

    <export:body type="http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/"
label="Markdown">I just wrote this *brilliant Java code*. Have a look!

    public String getPaula() {
        return paula;
    }</export:content>
    <content type="html">I just wrote this <em>brilliant Java
code</em>. Have a look!

    public String getPaula() {
        return paula;
    }</content>

Basically, provide both the original format (for importers that
understand Markdown) and the processed format (for importers that
don't understand the original format).

Next, can you rename export:page to export:static or something
similar?  I'd rather not be *too* Typo-specific :-).

Also, how does this represent things like:

 - per-article trackback/comment open/closed?
 - extended entries/excerpts/keywords


Scott

On 8/14/06, Alastair Rankine <arsptr at internode.on.net> wrote:
>
> Typographers,
>
> As promised, here is a proposal for the use of Atom as a blog export format:
>
> http://girtby.net/offerings/atomexport
>
> Note that there is nothing specific to Typo here (*), but I believe it
> should be implementable in Typo with minimal effort.
>
> Comments appreciated.
>
> (*) apart from shamelessly stealing the typosphere.org domain for the
> namespace, hopefully temporary.
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