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Re: _generating_ an RSS feed?

  • Subject: Re: _generating_ an RSS feed?
  • From: Ignoramus31199 <ignoramus31199@NOSPAM.31199.invalid>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 10:53:26 GMT
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On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 08:41:24 +0100, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@schestowitz.com> wrote:
> Ignoramus23776 wrote:
>> I realized that now is a good time to add several RSS channels to my
>> site algebra.com. One would be for newly submitted unsolved algebra
>> problems, another would be for newly solver problems, one more for new
>> user submitted lessons and solvers, and the last one for update
>> announcements and new features.
>> Is there anyone who generates automated RSS feeds in perl, and not
>> from GUI?
>> Which modules do you use? I am looking at XML::RSS::SimpleGen, it
>> seems to limit itself to one channel per file. I thought that there
>> can be more than one channel in an RSS file.
> Glad you solved the problem by now...
> I have looked at your site and I wonder if you will find PHP-Nuke useful. It
> is surprisingly powerful, much more than WordPress, Drupal and their
> relatives that look like toys in comparison. PHP-Nuke has got feeds support
> but I wonder if mirating all the text and equations is practical. You did
> ask us about WordPress in the past... it is now turning into a CMS towards
> the release of version 1.6.

Thanks Roy. I basically went on to create my own CMS that is specific
to math education. It has equation support and different kinds of
content: user submitted math problems and user submitted solutions,
interpreted solvers, lessons, etc. I may use wordpress fot that site
update blog. I was quite impressed with wordpress (I know that you are
involved in it), but I felt that in the long run, my own thing would
be more suitable.

After all, I cannot expect a long term competitive advantage from
downloading a piece of GPLed software. I have to have something

I will now read about PHP-Nuke.


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