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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Yep a all-journals feed would be perfect (that links to to the individual journal entry
    http://use.perl.org/~pudge/journal/21884
    rather than the just the user's journal
    http://use.perl.org/~pudge/journal/
    There are three main reasons for this
    1. The biggest complaint is that the URL isn't unique and the same URL could appear in the feed multiple times.
    2. Another reason is that when you follow an older link/headline combination, you may be presented with a newer journal entry and then you have to scroll down and find the entry you want.
    3. Finally, you don't instantly get to see the comments along with the journal entry when you visit the page.

    This URL works best

    http://use.perl.org/search.pl?tid=&query=&author=&op=journals&content_type=r ss
    but because it lists all journals, it kinda sucks that you don't have the journal author's name in the headline.
    New Cool Journal RSS Feeds at use Perl; (Tuesday November 16, @06:32PM)
    Actually, while writing this comment, I whipped together XML::RSS::Headline::UsePerlJournals, that takes the search.pl rss output and removes the date and adds the id back in
    [pudge] New Cool Journal RSS Feeds at use Perl;
    and you get the actual URL to journal entry as well.
    --

    -biz-