[Mono-dev] Adding an entry to Monologue
monoman at gmail.com
Sun Sep 3 19:26:47 EDT 2006
Blogger exports ATOM feeds and Monologue wants one of the RSS-named
formats, That is why I had to abandon my Blogger blog and use another
one for Monologue. The correct thing to do, I think, would be to make
monologue support ATOM, but AFAIK no one tried to add such support, or
if someone did no advertise it properly.
Feedburner may be a way to have someone translate ATOM to RSS in lieu
On 9/3/06, Francisco Figueiredo Jr. <fxjrlists at yahoo.com.br> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> I'd like to add myself to Monologue list of bloggers. Daniel Morgan
> asked me if I could do it and I was glad for the invitation :)
> I have a blog in blogger.com and I'd like some tips about how I could
> add it. I saw from bloggers.xml file that there is no direct
> blogspot.com entry. They seem to be from feedburner. Is there a reason
> for that? Also, I think blogger.com doesn't have a way of categorize my
> posts ( please, if anyone knows how to do that, please let me know. I
> saw some posts on net about using delicious for this. But does it work
> on monologue?) I'm asking that because not all my posts are about Npgsql
> or Mono and I'm afraid that some OT posts could appear on Monologue.
> Thanks in advance for any info.
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> Francisco Figueiredo Jr.
> Npgsql Lead Developer
> Mono Project Contributor
> MonoBrasil Project Founder Member
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