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On Sep 18,[masked]:38 AM, Joseph James Frantz
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> Thanks again to Brendan for his helpful suggestions (to use simplepie) I've
> finally got a sample of an aggregater up for consideration. Right now I've
> used the blogs for both Brads, Brendan and Eric Wiley simply for testing
> purposes, hope their all cool with that. If not, I'll pull them when yall
> let me know.
> For the Brads, and Eric's blogs, we get just a snippet preview. For
> Brendan's we get the entire blog. This is something that I am guessing is
> set up in each blog, because simplepie is set with the default settings. In
> addition I used just their sample code, including inline (ugh) CSS. Again
> though this is just for testing purposes.
> I've noticed a lot, that these aggregaters have names like planet.whatever.
> We could go with that kind of name, though since we are Cleveland area
> centric, I was thinking maybe city.clevelandwebstandards.org. Just one of my
> ideas, ultimately how we do this will be up to yall. Brendan pointed out we
> might want to not use subdomains for ranking purposes. So we'll all discuss
> that on Saturday.
> Here's the link, comments and ideas welcome:
> As always kind regards,
> Joseph James Frantz
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