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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Re: blogging using DocBook articles or so ...

On Sun, 18 Jul 2010 19:44:13 +0200
Jochen+oasis-open@Hayek.name wrote:

> > The wrapper is atom, not docbook, which I publish directly.
> ure. A standard. Fine. Isn't that OPML-related? Rings a bell somehow.


> But usually (I thought at least) the wrapper (i.e. the feed) does not
> contain the entire articles, but it only refers to the content.
> But at least some feed providers restrict it to that, as far as I can
> say.

Not in my experience. 

> But maybe I got something fundamentally wrong.

Go find some rss or atom feeds and have a look at the structure. 

> > From the above, you can see that the html header from docbook is all
> > redundant?
> Not from the above,
> but if I want to keep the article separate, then yes.

I'm unsure what an atom feed reader would do with a link to docbook
source in the body. Try it?

> Separate articles, each written in DocBook, atom being the wrapper
> pointing to articles living for themselves, one by one.

Hand craft a feed and see what bloglines or something does with it
before you go further.




Dave Pawson

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