[development] stripping tags during aggregation?
mistknight at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 21:31:18 UTC 2007
I chose to bring items in as nodes because then you can utilize so many of
the node features like editing an aggregated node, using all modules that
affect nodes, ability to attach comments, user ownership, categorizing them
through the taxonomy system, publishing, moderation, revisions (although I
don't implement revisions yet but it sounds intriguing to play on this
thought), sticky, etc.
This is what popped to mind in an instant, I could also see integration with
other node oriented modules such as views and some vague and definitely
undeveloped CCK integration, path-auto comes to mind as well. Aggregating
feeds in a different way would make them a total foreign entity that needs
special hooks, special handling, new modules that utilize a new API, I'm
just stating the thoughts I had when I reached the conclusion to aggregate
them as nodes.
Thanks for the suggestion on how to handle input. Filtering input through
the node filter system sounds ideal. Never would have reached this on my
I'll take the opportunity to ask if there are any developers here interested
in co-maintaining the aggregation module with me, you can drop me a line off
list. I really need extra skilled people here so as to not screw up my
module :P Just go take a look at the pending patches and feature requests
and your going to drool at the beauty ;) You'll also know why a
co-maintainer sounds like a good idea. Sponsors don't need any invitations,
they're always welcome hehe :P
On 6/27/07, Bèr Kessels <ber at webschuur.com> wrote:
> Op woensdag 27 juni 2007, schreef Morbus Iff:
> > I'll support an API that lets me choose
> feedparser is no more then an API. with pretty good storage of links (I
> like to see it coupled to link bundle to allow scheduled checks for
> linkrot/301s etc).
> But I don't see why the database model would prevent you from linkrot.
> In any case: feedparser is an API; you can bolt your own stuff on top,
> the default Drupal feed storage/presentation. But also including nodes,
> hands you all the goodness of nodes, such as, but certainly not limited
> stripping tags based on input filters.
> Drupal, Ruby on Rails and Joomla! development: webschuur.com | Drupal
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