[uf-discuss] hAtom editor?

Stephen Paul Weber singpolyma at gmail.com
Sat Sep 9 16:04:05 PDT 2006

Uhh... hAtom is more meant to mark up your entire blog, not just
individual posts.  Better to edit the blog's template

On 9/9/06, Lucas Gonze <lucas.gonze at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9/9/06, Benjamin West <bewest at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Lucas,
> >
> > Great idea!
> :)
> >  What would this look like? Is this a wysiwyg editor for
> > blog posts that produces hatom?  Would you expect tools to help you
> > re-organize the content you're composing?  Or is this just a quick
> > thing to help template builders figure out how to mark things up?
> The thing I imagine is about the same as the other h* editors.
> There's a single-page app somewhere that lets you compose a blog
> entry, then copy and paste the (hAtom) source to our own blog.  The
> benefit is that every blog tool in creation doesn't have to be
> retrofitted with an hAtom editor.  You don't even have to have hAtom
> CSS if you don't want it.
> An example of the value of this --
> My blog is a brutally barebones Blosxom setup.  I edit posts via Emacs
> in a shell window, and I have found that copying and pasting from the
> hReview, hCard and xfn editors is a route to get a GUI editor tool
> into my workflow.
> > I'm imagining lots of things here.  (Like a wysiwyg hyperscope editor
> > that produces hAtom).  I have a php script that parses some free text
> > and (almost) produces hAtom (the format is a parseable date, a tag,
> > and then text up till the next parseable date in a text file) that I
> > use to contantly take notes in vim and produce a private hatom feed.
> Cool.  Sounds good to me.
> -Lucas
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