Charles Iliya Krempeaux
supercanadian at gmail.com
Tue Oct 25 13:51:46 PDT 2005
You use the HTML <link rel="prev" /> and <link rel="next" /> for
getting at archives.
On 10/25/05, David Janes -- BlogMatrix <davidjanes at blogmatrix.com> wrote:
> Danny Ayers wrote:
> > Awesome is the word. Allow me to repeat why I think this is
> > super-cool: RSS/Atom feeds do provide nice'n'tidy little
> > content+metadata chunks. But they almost always only include only the
> > last 10-20 entries. Where are the archives? hAtom, that's where. Oh,
> > and Zen Garden for blogs would be nice too.
> The next attack after hAtom is completed (and gains at least some
> acceptance) is a microformat for describing _archives_, such as one sees
> on the sidebar of weblogs. There's some interesting phenomina happening
> there also that could be documented.
> Together, you could point at an archive and suddenly have access to an
> entire Atom store of entries for a complete blog....
> Regards, etc...
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