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  • Tatiana   30 april 2011 16:54

    I've searched ´OPML´ and don't really understand what I've found.. if anybody could throw some light, please?!

  • Vallar   30 april 2011 17:32
    Som Svar På:   Tatiana   30 april 2011 16:54

    I don't know much about OPML but what i know is that it is a format like that which Firefox uses to export bookmarks.

    Anyway, if you need a reader for the RSS you can use Google Reader; what is cool about it if the site doesn't offer a direct RSS link, you can use the website's direct link and Google Reader will take care of that.

  • Anonym   30 april 2011 18:21
    Som Svar På:   Tatiana   30 april 2011 16:54

    Google Reader may be found at http://www.google.com/reader/

    If you click on managesubscriptions (bottom left) then go the Import/Eport tab, you may find there how to export/import an OPML file (a standard format) containing feeds.

    Also here: http://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/googlereader/faq.html#export

    By the way I am not actually asking  course participants to do this (unless they want to).

    This is something like a sign up task aimed at future study group members (bit like a sign up task).

    And then later entrants may keep it up to date with new blogs, delete dead ones etc.

    I could just put up an OPML file of my own feeds but that wouldn't be any fun, would it?

  • Tatiana   30 april 2011 16:50

    Hi.. 

    I suscribed to this one (from the link Vallar gave, list of blogs - I've started from the bottom):

    http://perfectionkills.com/

    The last post it has talks about variable declarations, undefined, global and local scope..I hope to have the time to read it all!!

    but I don't know about a RSS feed direction to it.. or what exactly are we to do. It's a subject I'm totally new to (RSS feeds and readers), hope to learn more as I see you using it...

  • Vallar   30 april 2011 10:19

    Alright, here is a few blogs I managed to subscripe to; hopefully they are good enough:

    (Note: unfortunately I couldn't seperate which RSS to export; it does the whole thing together so there are two blogs that you may not want there, sorry).

    http://www.4shared.com/document/zKMPJ5Cq/Javascript.html

    On the other hand if you want to find more blogs you can try these:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/409056/top-rated-javascript-blogs