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Subject [Jakarta Commons Wiki] New: FeedParser/OpenComments
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2005 20:39:55 GMT
   Date: 2005-02-04T12:39:55
   Editor: KevinBurton
   Wiki: Jakarta Commons Wiki
   Page: FeedParser/OpenComments

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New Page:

== Overview ==

FeedParser does a great job at parsing RSS feeds but there is additional metadata in the HTML
posts in the form of comments and we'd like to parse this out.

Currently all the templating systems use the same general format for div and class names and
its possible to write a parser for them.  

We'd like to push forward an "Open Comments" system mechanism to standardize on XHTML structure
(similar to XOXO) so that RSS parsers like FeedParser can also parse comments in HTML.

 * Trackback parsing

 * Comment parsing

== API ==


@param author The author of the comment
@param weblog The URL to weblog of the author.
@param permalink The permalink to the comment post.
@param content The content of the comment.

onComment( String author,
           String weblog,
           String permalink, 
           String content, 
           Date date )

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        <h3 id="c20648">
            1- <a href="" rel="nofollow">elvix</a>
            @ <a href=""

                 title="Permalink to comment">January 25, 2005 02:25 PM</a>

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            <p> i wonder if some wiki-like audio format might emerge to
            track /explore these collaborations? i.e., who added
            what and when? as collaborations like this become more
            commonplace (toss in mashups for good measure), could
            exploring the genesis of the music be as much fun as
            listening (or creating it for that matter)? kinda throws
            open the entire creative process.</p>



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        <p>I don't get how anyone could nail gun themselves and not know it for
        six days.  Was his mouth open when the nail backfired or what?  That's
        just plain weird.<br /><br />Also what's up with him not having medical
        insurance?  I've had friends who have worked in construction and they
        got paid a lot of money per hour.<br /><br />Considering that the nail
        actually went into his brain, he is so lucky he didn't have bigger

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            <a href="#c110594976009218540" title="comment permalink">12:16:00 AM</a>

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    <h3 class="title"><a href="node/15934#comment-26073" class="active">Funny,
I was just talking</a></h3>
  <d    iv class="author"><a href="user/4426" title="View user profile.">Boris
Mann</a> - January 21, 2005 - 08:05</div>
      <div class="content"><p>Funny, I was just talking about this yesterday with
<a href="">Will Pate</a> of <a href="">GoodBasic</a>
-- he's trying to get together educators to look at Drupal as an alternative to current online
learning systems.</p>

<p>We had briefly talked through the creation of a "quizzes" module. The <a href="project/survey">survey</a>
module is OK for short surveys, but it's meant for anonymous use and has some other shortcomings,
and really the needs of quizzes is different enough to warrant a separate module. But, the
<a href="project/forms">forms</a> module could likely be re-used as a supporting
<p>An additional permission would be "quiz marker" (imagine the TA of a professor marking).
We had imagined that along with the quiz itself, the "answer template" would be created. There
would be some questions (e.g. multiple choice) that would have just one answer and could be
marked automatically, but text-answer questions would have, on the answer side, a "model"
answer as well as a list of points to guide the quiz marker. Scores could be entered, as well
as comments on rightness/wrongness.</p>
<p>The quiz taker could view their own results. The answer template could be made public
after the fact.</p>
<p>For a set of quizzes, stats/reports could be generated on marking/grades. Export
to Excel, SPSS.</p>
<p>Some of your thoughts seem to be around an almost "question bank" type system. In
which case, you would actually have a "quiz" node, as well as "question" nodes. Again, see
survey/forms for similar interaction, except that "questions" would exist on their own.</p>
<p>Like the profile module (or book pages?), you might want to have labelled quiz sections.</p>

<p>OK, that's all I can remember for now. Will will chime in, and perhaps point some
other education types here.</p>
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<p>Would like to get one invitation if possible. I already submitted my mail few days
ago.<br />
Thanks in advance.<br />
<span class="comments-post">Posted by: <a href="">Dalibor</a>
on October 13, 2004 10:13 AM</span>


== Wordpress ==

Seems like they support comment feeds directly

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