[wp-hackers] RSS Feed for Archives, Is it needed?
r at schestowitz.com
Mon Oct 24 06:02:21 GMT 2005
_____/ On Mon 24 Oct 2005 06:03:52 BST, [Mani Monajjemi] wrote : \_____
> On 10/23/05, Roy Schestowitz <r at schestowitz.com> wrote:
>> _____/ On Sun 23 Oct 2005 10:25:49 BST, [Mani Monajjemi] wrote : \_____
>> > Dear friends,
>> > Last night I've just added some features to WP1.6 function. I added some
>> > tags to wp_get_archives like *feed* & *feed_image* just like
>> > now if you use those tags and RSS link will apear after Monthly, Daily &
>> > weekly archives , after 3 hours of coding and finishing the job , I
>> > is it really neccessary ? Should I submit the code to wordpress trac?
>> > PS. There's aboolutley no bug in new functions and they work well.
>> Comprehensive feeds, such as the ones you describe, can be useful for what
>> have come to know as Google Sitemap. The input XML might soon be supported
>> other search engines too (if not already so).
>> Having said that, there is an existing implementation of XML sitemaps for
>> WordPress. It must be lying about somewhere as it was announced in this
>> only days after Google Sitemaps had been introduced.
>> Whether large-scale feeds will ever be helpful to human readers, I
>> doubt it with
>> passion. It's merely a bot/harvester element.
>> Best Wishes,
> Thanks roy , but finally should I try to add the changes to WP 1.6?
> Another problem! How can I submit the changes ? through trac? or through
For changes to be committed by yourself, I suspect there is no way around the
need for privileges. If anybody could commit changes without supervision, we
would be in a sordid chaos.
Try to list a few compelling reasons in Trac, which may persuade the
to propagate your submission to the trunk, rather than treating it as a
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