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Subject: Re: blogging using DocBook articles or so ...

>>>>> Dave Pawson writes:

>> > 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?

Hmm, Dave, *come* *on*!! Pls!

I mean, of course the link points to HTML content, not to literal
DocBook content.

Have a look at this feed e.g.:


Minimal content for each atom feed entry (or is it RSS?!?),
just a pointer to the content, which is separate.

By now I am also aware of "Norm's Own Approach",
pointed to by Maurith, see below!

I assume, that's DocBook articles with the feed refering to the HTML content generated from DocBook.

Whether it really is like that with Norm's Own Approach or not,
I would like it like that,
and that's where I would like to get.

>> 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.


> regards 

> Dave Pawson
> http://www.dpawson.co.uk

Thanks for your patience and for your offer as well!


>>>>> "MJ" == Mauritz Jeanson <mj@johanneberg.com> writes:

MJ> Norman Walsh writes his blog in (a customization of) DocBook:
MJ> http://norman.walsh.name/

MJ> Here is an old (obsolete?) article describing the machinery:
MJ> http://norman.walsh.name/2003/05/14/how

MJ> Mauritz

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