Phillip Pearson - web + electronics notes

tech notes and web hackery from a new zealander who was vaguely useful on the web back in 2002 (see: python community server, the blogging ecosystem, the new zealand coffee review, the internet topic exchange).


mpt on blogging software

mpt's ultimate weblogging system. Apart from the GPL bit and LinuxSTEP interface requirement (what about Windows, or the Linux UIs that people actually use?), I totally agree. I especially like that he's mentioned forward compatibility, which IMHO is very important. Being able to accept URLs from old blogs that redirect to the new site (backward compatibility) is critical as well.
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OPML directory browser: activity

Remember my OPML directory browser? And Matt Grayson's xNote? Well, now the two are sort-of combined (starting from my code and Matt's icons), taking the xNote name.

The code is in CVS on SourceForge under OPML Tools project (the one that started the other day).

Thanks to Ryan Lowe, you can now edit some bits of the OPML files. This 'browser' is getting closer and closer to being an outliner every day ;-)
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