Puneeth Chaganti <puncha...@gmail.com> writes: > Or, if it seems reasonable, we could club the two projects into a > single one to give the users something that's better than a sum of the > parts!
Hi, Puneeth, While I'm not sure the structure of the two tools is really amenable to being joined---the code is very, very different, and I am, of course, biased toward mine ;)---it seems to me *that* a common ox-blog (or whatever) back-end could be a good point of collaboration: it would help jump-start getting org2blog to where it work with 8.0, and it would get org-blog the more sophisticated export capabilities that Rafael seeks. What I'm imagining is an exporter derived from org-html (of which I've already got the basics done) that adds on the additional features you've implemented in org2blog. If you don't mind, I will start looking at the org2blog code and seeing how cleanly I can implement these additional capabilities as handlers or filters for the exporter---and then maybe we could look for that back-end to live in contrib, and both our codebases could take advantage of it? Cheers, Mike.