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Add an h-feed of articles #64

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Zegnat opened this Issue Jul 29, 2017 · 7 comments

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Zegnat commented Jul 29, 2017

An h-feed is a stream of entries embedded straight into the HTML of a page, that may be subscribed to by readers (or converted to other formats like RSS and Atom).

The current list of articles could make for a fine h-feed. It is not necessary to move all the articles to be self-hosted first. Every list item would be an h-entry, and links and names are already there. I would personally add a published date behind it but otherwise no changes to content are necessary to implement the extra markup.

An example h-feed of links to external articles would be IndieNews.

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This is great. I'll pay $10 for doing this work. While it's fairly trivial, you have to find the dates from each article and then add them to the page.
When adding them, * <title>, <date> is enough. The main page is index.php.

As I wish everything to be logged, can you create a PR in https://github.com/ScalaWilliam/Work/ posts for this issue? $5 for that PR.

$10 if you choose to complete this issue. If you feel that's too little just say so.

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ScalaWilliam commented Jul 29, 2017

This is great. I'll pay $10 for doing this work. While it's fairly trivial, you have to find the dates from each article and then add them to the page.
When adding them, * <title>, <date> is enough. The main page is index.php.

As I wish everything to be logged, can you create a PR in https://github.com/ScalaWilliam/Work/ posts for this issue? $5 for that PR.

$10 if you choose to complete this issue. If you feel that's too little just say so.

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Per the rules: “I’m taking on this”.

Question: do you want https://www.scalawilliam.com/ to be the feed, as described on the IndieWeb.org feed page? Or would you prefer having just that one block on the homepage to be the feed?

The latter could follow the discussed partial feed format and would allow you to upgrade other sections to partial feeds as well, but may come with less implementation amongst reading applications. (Specifically reading applications. The microformats parsers should all work with it just fine and people could easily write consumers.)

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Zegnat commented Jul 29, 2017

Per the rules: “I’m taking on this”.

Question: do you want https://www.scalawilliam.com/ to be the feed, as described on the IndieWeb.org feed page? Or would you prefer having just that one block on the homepage to be the feed?

The latter could follow the discussed partial feed format and would allow you to upgrade other sections to partial feeds as well, but may come with less implementation amongst reading applications. (Specifically reading applications. The microformats parsers should all work with it just fine and people could easily write consumers.)

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For a partial feed I would propose this change. The parsed output can be seen on this temporary test page.

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Zegnat commented Jul 29, 2017

For a partial feed I would propose this change. The parsed output can be seen on this temporary test page.

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Yes, partial feed is what I want.

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ScalaWilliam commented Jul 29, 2017

Yes, partial feed is what I want.

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Note though that "Scala Nashorn Interaction, 29 Dec, 2016" could be better read as "Scala Nashorn Interaction, December 2016" (as per rest of the site) as I don't need precise dates for these things.

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ScalaWilliam commented Jul 29, 2017

Note though that "Scala Nashorn Interaction, 29 Dec, 2016" could be better read as "Scala Nashorn Interaction, December 2016" (as per rest of the site) as I don't need precise dates for these things.

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@ScalaWilliam if you could add that as review comments on #68 I am happy to update the times wherever you see fit.

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Zegnat commented Jul 29, 2017

@ScalaWilliam if you could add that as review comments on #68 I am happy to update the times wherever you see fit.

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Thanks.

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ScalaWilliam commented Jul 29, 2017

Thanks.

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