Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 8:20 pm
NOW I know what that line in the first Aika OP means!
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Everything you said other than the question asked, was incorrect. Though I'll respond to your question first, since it was stated first. Atom and RSS is merely the standardized format in which the data will be sent.W1N9Zr0 wrote:And what does atom and rss have to do with the sig server?
The xml server has to just display the current information for the user, not the kind of info you need a feed for.
To me it also seems that this topic is asking for which data to make available and what other options to give to the sig server users rather than implementation.
So basically ... you have an XML file, when it's served that file becomes a feed. The title of "newsfeed" simply means, "served XML data which usually but doesn't always contain news." RSS & ATOM and "newsfeed" are not synonomous, they are "a standardized XML structure".http://www.answers.com/feeds wrote: A general term for the electronic distribution of text, audio or video. It may refer to a syndicated radio or TV program that is transmitted on a regular basis, or to a text and graphics feed that is available on a Web site or blog. See syndication feed.
How can one code without knowing the structure of the data being received? I need to know the structure of the XML file, and the location & parameters of the feed. I stated RSS because that at least gives me an idea of the general structure. Is he / she using a custom schema?pelican wrote:Please either shut up and code or shut up and don't code. Reading your posts has become the low point of my day.
We don't need any ideas for the format. We have an xml zealot on the team already, and a far less annoying one.
The sig would allow you to display the statistics for your mylist and a couple most recently added files/anime, not the whole mylist.cenedra wrote:why would i want my list in my sig? i already have a place for that, 'mylist'.. couldn't we have a picture sig option too? something like this?