And then there was OPML...
I'm the author of the PHP Mailing Lists FAQ application. A multilingual FAQ tool. Take a look at:
Very cool when it changes from English to Spanish. Just plain neat. Anyway...
I just added OPML output to the FAQ application. Try:
If you're into OPML, its pretty neat. I tried subscribing to the URL above as an OPML document with Subscribe to Outline and all it does is launch it in Radio, not stay in the Outliner. Thoughts anyone? Help please...
NOTE to People Implementing OPML: Whether or not you include a slash on your first outline node makes all the difference. In other words, the below is right:
<outline text="General -- Mailing List Basics" created="Mon, 08 Apr 2002 18:59:03 GMT">
<outline text="How do I post? What are the guidelines?" url="http://www.fuzzygroup.com/php/faq/faqview.php?id=51" created="Mon, 08 Apr 2002 18:59:03 GMT" />
<outline text="What is this newsgroup?" url="http://www.fuzzygroup.com/php/faq/faqview.php?id=50" created="Mon, 08 Apr 2002 18:59:03 GMT" />
This is WRONG:
IInternet Explorer won't display the above, Radio shows it as nodes without text, etc.
Other than debugging this part, implementing OPML for my FAQ application took about 40 minutes to just add one function. Pretty cool...