[geeklog-devel] blog plugin rrs-feed
schmidtm524 at googlemail.com
Sun Feb 3 13:21:38 EST 2008
Hello Dirk, thanks for the feedback
There is an application, which generates each day a list of urls, like
You get each day a list of fresh urls, like your booksmarks you add in a
list each day.
This list should be published automatially or after pressing a button on my
That means, wordpress already can include an rss feed, but as the
feed-startpoint is the users local machine, this machine has every day a new
Dyn-dns should not be used. but the blog has a stable IP, so we need it just
the other way round, that i press a button, to send each day my updated
bookmarklist from my machine (dynamic IP) into my blog (Stable ip).
A central server sending to my blog is not the solution, as the url-list is
as well p2p style generated. This appliation is c++ and needs a plugin to
correspond with the webblog.
A push from p2p client to the webblog.
On Feb 3, 2008 7:11 PM, Dirk Haun <dirk at haun-online.de> wrote:
> Michael Schmidt wrote:
> >I want to ask for a discussion exchange to send from a c++ url rating
> >application an RSS/ATOM feed to the users blog,
> So you have an application that publishes an RSS and/or Atom feed?
> >is someone interested in deeloping such a blog software plugin, so that
> >RSS feed can be inserted to the blog page. e.g. so that web-urls are in a
> >rolling txt-box on the page?
> Sounds like you only need to create a portal block in Geeklog:
> If you don't want the feed displayed in a side block, there are also
> solutions to display them in static pages and a few other places. Check
> the forums and the download section on geeklog.net.
> >The rss feed then is maybe not the problem, but as the feed
> >generating machine is the users machine, the IP adress might be different
> >each session, so a method is needed, that the blogpage is contacted and
> >rss feed is pushed into the blogpage?? Any help?
> Ah, so is that your actual problem? Have you considered using DynDNS or
> some similar service? Alternatively, have each client push their feed to
> a central server and serve the feeds from there.
> bye, Dirk
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