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From "Matthew Langham" <mlang...@s-und-n.de>
Subject AW: [provocative] crushing userland
Date Thu, 14 Feb 2002 17:10:00 GMT
>
> So, let's make a deal: I'll help writing a weblog framework (Ugo, I need
> your help!) on top of Cocoon and you guys move your weblogs over to
> Forrest?
>

Pardon my simplicity here - but don't we already have everything? I thought
about this and was going to hack a simple solution into Cocoon (I am
presenting on web services tomorrow and thought that would be something neat
to show).

Anyway - the blogger XML-RPC api is really simple (trouble is the site is
currently down and I can't get at the documentation - if anyone has it off
hand - please email!). So I thought I would just hack in a pipeline that
uses the stream-generator to get the input, use a stylesheet to build up
<cincludes> to access a processing pipeline for each "method.Name" (like
blogger.getUsersBlogs) and then access some sort of storage (like a
database) in the processing pipeline.

And then you would need the presentation pipeline of course.

Seemed simple enough to me. What else would you need (for a simple blog)?

Apart from that - I like Radio :-). But that is not the point.

Matthew

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