On 26/02/2011 02:02, Eric K wrote:
Basically I have content that I want other websites
(blogs, facebook, other websites) to use and display. For example a list of our new
articles, or excerpts of news stories that are randomly picked from a pool of content.
I'm guessing exporting stuff into RSS is the best way to provide content to other
websites. Although I-Frame could also be one, or maybe not, I'm not sure.
I've looked at these RSS feed generating extensions:
But I havent found anything that can work. One does only bulleted lists (Bullet Feed) and
another (WikiArticleFeeds) only works with 2nd level headings and they're both very
Does anyone have any advice about this or any experience to share?
Semantic MediaWiki can do RSS feeds (and all kinds of other data
exports, e.g. RDF or JSON if you want to push data; it is not really
focussed on RSS in any way). Exported items are always complete
articles, with <noinclude> used to limit what the amount of text pushed
to the feed. Examples of this are, e.g., at the SMW homepage:
Most features of SMW are not really relevant if you just want RSS;
basically you could export articles by category, most recent item first.
The above category on MediaWiki.org
was new to me; I will add SMW to it.