Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-04-20 Thread M. David Peterson
* FOR THE ARCHIVES ONLY -- CORRECTION OF AN ERROR ON A NOW DEAD DISCUSSION. DON'T WORRY ABOUT READING THIS * While on the topic of mis-reads (see April 20th response to James Snell re: Known FeedDemon issue? if reading this in the archives and actually care enough to seek out proper context), I

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-04-01 Thread M. David Peterson
Hosting is not the point.Yep. 'tis why I said the word backup.On 3/31/06, A. Pagaltzis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * M. David Peterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-04-01 03:15]: Obviously the main wiki would be better, but if this can act as a backup plan, then let me know if and when and I will set up

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread Sam Ruby
Antone Roundy wrote: Sam, Funny that this should come up today given the recent discussion on the mailing list--NetNewsWire isn't getting the links in your Atom feed right. There is an off chance that I have been following the list. ;-) - Sam Ruby

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread Antone Roundy
On Mar 31, 2006, at 4:12 PM, Sam Ruby wrote: Antone Roundy wrote: Sam, Funny that this should come up today given the recent discussion on the mailing list--NetNewsWire isn't getting the links in your Atom feed right. There is an off chance that I have been following the list. ;-) I

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread Sam Ruby
Antone Roundy wrote: On Mar 31, 2006, at 4:12 PM, Sam Ruby wrote: Antone Roundy wrote: Sam, Funny that this should come up today given the recent discussion on the mailing list--NetNewsWire isn't getting the links in your Atom feed right. There is an off chance that I have been

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread M. David Peterson
and here I was holding this inside of me as I always assumed obviously it's implemented for a reason This makes me happy :) Thanks Sam! On 3/31/06, Sam Ruby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Antone Roundy wrote: On Mar 31, 2006, at 4:12 PM, Sam Ruby wrote: Antone Roundy wrote: Sam,

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread A. Pagaltzis
* Sam Ruby [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-04-01 01:50]: It would be helpful if people were to update: http://intertwingly.net/wiki/pie/XmlBaseConformanceTests For that matter, I’ve been meaning to address some weaknesses in that test suite which Liferea 1.0 highlights. Liferea does URI fixup for

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread M. David Peterson
If it turns out this is not possible, you;re more than welcome to use the UnderstandingAtom SVN repo, and either directly through SVN or byappending?rev=xxformat=raw- or-?rev=xxformat=text(wherexxistherevisionnumberyouwantaccessto) to the end of the URI, which mirrors the

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread Sam Ruby
A. Pagaltzis wrote: Sam: is it possible to host the test suites directly on the wiki, by having pages that consist entirely of verbatim text? Ideally, the content should be rendered inside the wiki chrome using `pre` tags, but be downloadable without the chome by way of adding something

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread A. Pagaltzis
* M. David Peterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-04-01 03:15]: Obviously the main wiki would be better, but if this can act as a backup plan, then let me know if and when and I will set up access to that box for you. Hosting is not the point. I have webspace and I can link files I host from the

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread A. Pagaltzis
* Sam Ruby [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-04-01 03:40]: I am comfortable enough with the moin code base that I would be willing to code up a specific action just for this wiki that strips leading {{{ and trailing }}} and then delivers the results raw, with the appropriate mime type. Sounds good.

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread James Holderness
A. Pagaltzis wrote: I’ve been meaning to add some aggressive tests which use xml:base values that differ drastically from the nearby alternate URIs in order to smoke out such coincidentally passing tests, as well as some intentionally evil tests with `type=xhtml` where xml:base is set on

Re: xml:base in your Atom feed

2006-03-31 Thread James Holderness
Eric Scheid wrote: On 1/4/06 12:24 PM, James Holderness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: one way would be to use img / instead of a / links, with each test image being specific to the test ... that way all one needs to do is read the feed and check to see if the text in the image corresponds to the