[wp-hackers] Atom Publishing Protocol work - Ticket 4191
MattPat at mattpat.net
Fri May 25 00:13:17 GMT 2007
OK, time for the n00bish question :P
Atom Publishing Protocol vs. Atom API-- same thing, different things,
AtomPP = latest edition of Atom API?
On May 24, 2007, at 8:01 PM, Elias Torres wrote:
> Thanks for the pointers. I'll definitely look at it in case there's
> anything I can use.
> On 5/24/07, Kevin Newman <CaptainN at unfocus.com> wrote:
>> Hi Elias,
>> I wrote a validating atom mod a while back for WordPress 2.1.x (I
>> recently updated it for 2.2).
>> If there is anything useful in it, please feel to use it:
>> The validating feed:
>> Kevin N.
>> Elias Torres wrote:
>> > Hi hackers,
>> > I might have introduced myself before, but I'll do it quickly
>> again. I
>> > work at IBM for an innovations team in the CIO office (bleech),
>> > I like to work in open source and standards. I use WordPress
>> > and also participate in the Atom APP workging group at the IETF.
>> I have
>> > been working on the WordPress AtomPP implementation for sometime
>> now and
>> > that's what we have included in WordPress 2.2. Before today, the
>> > workflow was that I'd submit a patch and wait for Dougal to verify
>> > before it was committed. The turn around time and other things
>> make this
>> > really hard to make progress and leads to very large patches.
>> > After chatting with Matt, he suggested I write to the list for
>> > to be involved in the review process as well as me sending
>> smaller (more
>> > understandable) patches. I had a huge patch that did some
>> > conversion from tabs to spaces making it very unreadable. I
>> fixed it,
>> > but it's still a bit larger then usual. I would like people to
>> review it
>> > and suggest we commit it. From now, I'll stay more closely
>> aligned with
>> > the releases and make sure we have a robust APP implementation
>> as the WG
>> > is hopefully???? near completion. We are I'd say 75% there and I'm
>> > willing to put in the time, but I need to know the commitment of
>> > group to quickly review small patches and commit without
>> depending on a
>> > single third-person to review.
>> > Behold the patch -> http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4191
>> > Looking forward to working with the community here at large.
>> > -Elias
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