[wp-hackers] WordPress API Enhancements
jalkut at red-sweater.com
Mon Apr 9 02:22:24 GMT 2007
Since sending this, I've gotten my feet a little bit wetter with the
xmlrpc.php changes that are going on. I now see that probably a lot
of the decisions that were made, were made in the context of wanting
to preserve the sanctity of "blog ID" as a completely unique top-
level blog reference, in the event that WP supports some multi-
blogging functionality out of the box in the future.
That said, I'd still be curious to know if there was any discussion
about this before it was committed.
On Apr 8, 2007, at 11:56 AM, Daniel Jalkut wrote:
> I only recently discovered the WordPress API enhancements that are
> being added for 2.2 to the xmlrpc.php implementation. It looks like
> this changeset is where the bulk of the functionality was added:
> But I don't see an associated ticket, or any clues as to where I
> can read up on the reasoning that went into these changes.
> In particular I'd like to know if there was a debate around whether
> to invent the extensions instead of taking a Drupal-like approach
> and overloading "blog ID" to refer to the various asset types on
> the system.
> For example in Drupal the "pages" can be accessed using the usual
> MovableType API, as long as you specify "page" as the blog ID.
> Is there a mail thread, or Trac ticket discussion, where the
> details of this implementation were ironed out? I'd like to get the
> background story if it exists. In the meantime I'm going to report
> a couple issues for the record that might invite some discussion
> (if late, sorry).
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