My latest updates to RdMise/RdPress are just about done, so soon I'll call it stable, pat myself on the back, then throw it at AD4M.
What am I doing next? I'm not entirely sure. The first thing I'll do is upload a list of the blog/podcast feeds I'm subscribed to. I've written a PHP script that takes XML as an input, and it works perfectly.
Which brings me on to the next thing. I've been using RdMise for about 5 months, and although it just about works, the code is messy. After seeing how easy it is to use the XML parser in PHP, I'm probably going to reinvent it as something based on object-orientated code, with more sensible XML config files.
I'm also interested in what benefits, if any, using XUL on the site would bring. XUL is the user-interface language used to make Mozilla's menus, dialogs, toolbars, etc., and it's possible to use it on websites. I'll see.
The site is now running on the latest version of RdMise/RdPress, and it was mainly set up by the kind rdm (hehe). I hope to soon... / Trackback from AD4M Blog on 01 Feb 2005 at 18:27.
It's working. It's actually working. As I said I might do, I'm recoding big parts of RdMise so they're object orientated and use... / Trackback from rdmsoft.com Blog on 06 Feb 2005 at 10:34.
And on the 4th day, he said "I am the on known as AD4M. I have had RdMise/RdPress thrown at me, and it was good." / Comment from AD4M on 01 Feb 2005 at 18:18.
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