Posts Tagged ‘atom’

Beyond superfeedr awesomeness

superfeedr is one of those great web services that has bridged what interests you on the web with your lazyness to go and check it for yourself. That’s right! More seriously, you don’t have to be lazy to be quickly overwhelmed by the huge quantity of information available to you and superfeedr offers you a […]


Atom and AtomPub were failed

Joe Gregorio’s AtomPub is a failure note is probably not as provocative as its title may make it sound. Joe knows more than the average lunatic out there about AtomPub considering he was co-editor of RFC 5023 and his work at Google so when he says AtomPub may have failed, one is forced to pay […]


Geolocalization and microblogging

I’ve been working recently with Adrian Hornsby who’s been interested in using the microblogging example I had setup to demonstrate headstock, amplee and some ideas about microblogging in general. Today Adrian asked me how to add some gelocalization information to a message flowing through the system. It took me just a couple of hours to […]


amplee 0.6.1

I’ve just released amplee 0.6.1. This release is a minor release that fixes a few annoying defects and improves overall performances of the internal of amplee: removes many of the usage of the copy.copy function (thanks to Mohanara Gopala Krishnan for his previous help) drops the cmemcache module in favor the python-memcached one adds a […]


XMPP, AtomPub and microblogging

Following my previous posts about my work on mixing AtomPub and XMPP together in a single application I’ve worked yesterday on the basic workflow of the application I write. The first use case is to create a profile using OpenID. When landing on the application main page the user can enter his (or her) OpenID […]