22 March

First trials with Coreblog

towards a multilingual coreblog

First trials with Coreblog

These are my first trials with Coreblog.

Technical purposes:

  1. to transform this weblog into a multilingual blog using Localizer, that nice Zope product. An approach may be passing the locales as a category, that's way there are 3 categories on this blog: eu (basque), es (spanish) and en (you know). I hope to advance little by little.
  2. produce a localised basque version of Coreblog. Or something like that.

Personal purposes:

  1. publish and collect in a single place things I post for several lists and websites in different languages.
  2. experiment with mailing-list and blogging integration. There's a veteran Basque mailing list that I love, Eibartarrak, and I feel like it needs to evolve towards blogging and XML Feeds and maybe the semantic web of the future...

I wish there were more intl' Coreblog users. The mailing list is all-Japanese.

I have detected a couple of non-Japanese corebloggers out there. I mention them in this inaugural English post just to try the trackback tool. Magnetic Ink surfs in Denmark. I hope to use this post of his to try the nortification feature of Coreblog.

Tomster.org is also a coreblogger. His method to validate the RSS output of Coreblog may be useful, so I trackback it as well.

So far the XML link with RDF 1.0 is OK for me. It integrates perfectly with Bloglines

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