martin at weborganics.co.uk
Wed Sep 3 02:27:46 PDT 2008
Hello Matthias, I nearly missed your email there so sorry for the late
> Hey Martin,
> I tried it out, seems to work pretty well. Even recognizes the hAudio
> in my blog (although transformr adds an ugly <itunes> element ..
Yes the iTunes extensions are because the RSS2 podcast extraction is
mainly an iTunes podcast, If you have any better ideas on how to do
this, you are welcome to comment.
Take a look at http://weborganics.co.uk/haudio-rss/ for a few Ideas on
how to get a better transformation from your source.
> IMHO ubiquity is a cool tool,
> at least for us geeks ;O), and
> you've come up with some good commands pretty quickly.
> - Matthias
> 2008/8/27 Martin McEvoy <martin at weborganics.co.uk>:
>> Hey All
>> Have you seen this
>> Very Cool If you have tryed it out surf your way to
>> http://transformr.co.uk/ for some Microformat commands they are,
>> get-atom => get an atom feed from hatom
>> get-vcard => from hcard
>> get-events => get hCalendar Events
>> get-podcast => Get a RSS2 podcast from hAudio
>> get-rdfa => Gets RDF from RDFa documents
>> Martin McEvoy
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