Jon Anders Skorpen | 6 Aug 23:57 2011
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Blog-like sitemap for org-publish

Hi.

I have made a function which creates a blog-like sitemap. It works as
an alternative sitemap function to org-publish. The second commit adds
a list of blog entries by year and keyword. The commit-diffs can be
viewed here:

http://git.mindmutation.net/?p=org-mode.git;a=commitdiff;h=2448e4d5dfa0dca8f5126b2e12f8ad6f96ba48dc

http://git.mindmutation.net/?p=org-mode.git;a=commitdiff;h=cbd90e570c2f64ddd279603acc78af51f6b3f458

Some of the functionality is overlapping with code in org-publish. To
use it simply set :sitemap-function to org-blog-export. It is similar
to the default sitemap function, but :sitemap-file-entry-format and
:blog-entry-format is semantically different.

I hope this can be of use to others, and I therefore submit it here
for comments and feedback, and maybe eventually inclusion. My main
question is what kind of copyright notices should be at the top of the
file? Some parts of the code is almost verbatim from
org-publish. There is also no license information at the top yet.

I am open to signing copyright assignment to FSF if at some point
someone thinks it should be merged into org-publish, but it can also
live happily in contrib/.

Best regards
Jon Anders Skorpen

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Bastien | 18 Aug 19:09 2011

Re: Blog-like sitemap for org-publish

Hi Jon,

Jon Anders Skorpen <jaskorpe <at> mindmutation.net> writes:

> I have made a function which creates a blog-like sitemap. It works as
> an alternative sitemap function to org-publish. 

This looks very interesting -- do you have a webpage we can look at to
see the result?

Thanks!

--

-- 
 Bastien

Jon Anders Skorpen | 23 Aug 16:44 2011
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Re: Blog-like sitemap for org-publish

On Thu 2011-08-18 at 19:09, Bastien wrote:
> Hi Jon,
> 
> Jon Anders Skorpen <jaskorpe <at> mindmutation.net> writes:
> 
> > I have made a function which creates a blog-like sitemap. It works as
> > an alternative sitemap function to org-publish. 
> 
> This looks very interesting -- do you have a webpage we can look at to
> see the result?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> -- 
>  Bastien
> 

Yes. Here is a link to a test blog with some test posts, and one real
post in norwegian.

http://beta.mindmutation.net

Since my initial email I have found a couple of things that should be
done a little different, but I haven't had time to fix them. This
includes the way keywords and dates are exported, and a couple of
other things.

 -Jon Anders

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Bastien | 24 Aug 20:25 2011

Re: Blog-like sitemap for org-publish

Hi Jon,

Jon Anders Skorpen <jaskorpe <at> mindmutation.net> writes:

> Yes. Here is a link to a test blog with some test posts, and one real
> post in norwegian.
>
> http://beta.mindmutation.net

This looks really great!  

Maybe the most simple thing to do for now is to submit org-blog.el as a
separate file to the mailing list, and add FIXME comments in functions
that borrow too much code from org-publish.el -- it will help
refactoring.

For the license: I would suggest using GPLv3.

For the copyright: using your name is okay, as long as org-blog.el lives
in contrib/.  If we move it to Org's core, you will need to sign the FSF
papers.

> Since my initial email I have found a couple of things that should be
> done a little different, but I haven't had time to fix them. This
> includes the way keywords and dates are exported, and a couple of
> other things.

Great -- let us know!

Best,
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Steinar Bang | 28 Jan 14:14 2012
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Re: Blog-like sitemap for org-publish

>>>>> Bastien <bzg <at> altern.org>:
> Jon Anders Skorpen <jaskorpe <at> mindmutation.net> writes:

>> Yes. Here is a link to a test blog with some test posts, and one real
>> post in norwegian.

>> http://beta.mindmutation.net

> This looks really great!  

> Maybe the most simple thing to do for now is to submit org-blog.el as
> a separate file to the mailing list, and add FIXME comments in
> functions that borrow too much code from org-publish.el -- it will
> help refactoring.

Did anything more happen with this?  There is no org-blog.el in
contrib/lisp, at least...?

Bastien | 28 Jan 23:30 2012

Re: Blog-like sitemap for org-publish

Steinar Bang <sb <at> dod.no> writes:

>> Maybe the most simple thing to do for now is to submit org-blog.el as
>> a separate file to the mailing list, and add FIXME comments in
>> functions that borrow too much code from org-publish.el -- it will
>> help refactoring.
>
> Did anything more happen with this?  There is no org-blog.el in
> contrib/lisp, at least...?

I got no answer to my last email in this thread, so I assumed the 
author was not motivated enough to make org-blog.el part of contrib/.
But hopefully I'll prove wrong :)

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-- 
 Bastien

Achim Gratz | 24 Aug 21:18 2011
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Re: Blog-like sitemap for org-publish

Jon Anders Skorpen <jaskorpe <at> mindmutation.net> writes:
> Yes. Here is a link to a test blog with some test posts, and one real
> post in norwegian.
>
> http://beta.mindmutation.net

Looks good, but is not yet "valid XHTML1.0 strict". :-)

Regards,
Achim.
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