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==Creating Category Feeds==
 
==Creating Category Feeds==
 
We use [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:GoogleNewsSitemap GoogleNewsSitemap] to create category feeds on the site.  Edit this page to see examples of how they are created.
 
We use [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:GoogleNewsSitemap GoogleNewsSitemap] to create category feeds on the site.  Edit this page to see examples of how they are created.
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===Examples===
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====P2PCC Category RSS Feed====
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This feed shows the most recent 10 articles that were added to the P2PCC category in an RSS feed.  It hides errors, and also includes redirected pages.
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  *[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/&category=P2PCC | P2PCC RSS Feed]]
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Code for example:
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<pre><nowiki>
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*[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/&category=P2PCC | P2PCC]]
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</nowiki></pre>
  
 
===Options for Category Feeds===
 
===Options for Category Feeds===
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*[&usecurid=true]
 
*[&usecurid=true]
 
</nowiki></pre>
 
</nowiki></pre>
===Examples===
 
====P2PCC Category RSS Feed====
 
This feed shows the most recent 10 articles that were added to the P2PCC category in an RSS feed.  It hides errors, and also includes redirected pages.
 
  *[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/&category=P2PCC | P2PCC Category RSS Feed]]
 
 
Code for example:
 
<pre><nowiki>
 
*[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/rss&category=P2PCC&count=10&ordermethod=categoryadd&order=descending&redirects=include&supresserrors=true | P2PCC Category RSS Feed]]
 
</nowiki></pre>
 
====Example URL with All Parameters Present====
 
<pre><nowiki>
 
All parameters present:
 
Special:GoogleNewsSitemap[/(rss|atom|sitemap)][&category=Catname][&notcategory=OtherCatName][&namespace=0][&count=10][&ordermethod=lastedit][&order=ascending][&redirects=only][&stablepages=only][&qualitypages=only][&supresserrors=true][&usenamespace=true][&usecurid=true]
 
</nowiki></pre>
 
====Other Quick Paste Examples====
 
[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/rss&category=Peergovernance&count=10&ordermethod=categoryadd&order=descending&redirects=include&supresserrors=true | Peer Governance Category RSS Feed]]
 
[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/rss&category=Peerproduction&count=10&ordermethod=categoryadd&order=descending&redirects=include&supresserrors=true | Peer Production Category RSS Feed]]
 
[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/rss&category=Peerproperty&count=10&ordermethod=categoryadd&order=descending&redirects=include&supresserrors=true | Peer Property Category RSS Feed]]
 
[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/rss&category=P2PCC | P2PCC]]
 
  
 
<pre><nowiki>
 
<pre><nowiki>

Latest revision as of 13:49, 10 August 2010

From the P2P Foundation Blog

  • Follow the feeds from the P2P Foundation's Main Blog

RSS Feeds from the P2P Foundation Community Site

  • All latest activity
  • All forum entries
  • All blog entries
  • Latest Video

From the P2P Foundation Wiki

  • For advanced users
    • History of a page
    • DIY - This is possible for every page. The link below gives you the changes for this page. Use the code on the next line in your page to give you a link especially for that page.
    • Atom:
    • {{SERVER}}{{localurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=history&feed=atom}}

Creating Category Feeds

We use GoogleNewsSitemap to create category feeds on the site. Edit this page to see examples of how they are created.

Examples

P2PCC Category RSS Feed

This feed shows the most recent 10 articles that were added to the P2PCC category in an RSS feed. It hides errors, and also includes redirected pages.

 * P2PCC RSS Feed

Code for example:

*[[Special:GoogleNewsSitemap/&category=P2PCC | P2PCC]]

Options for Category Feeds

You can use the following options to create a feed. These are not necessary though and simply posted here for reference. I fyou need to override the defaults you can do so with the following parameters. All of these should be in a single line with no spaces. Check the examples below if you have questions. Parameters in [ ] are optional, stuff in ( ) means potential choices. The extension uses (basically) the same parameters as DPL so that's a good place to look for clarification.

*[/(rss|atom|sitemap)]
*[&category=Catname]
*[&notcategory=OtherCatName]
*[&namespace=0][&count=10]
*[&ordermethod=lastedit]
*[&order=ascending]
*[&redirects=only]
*[&stablepages=only]
*[&qualitypages=only]
*[&supresserrors=true]
*[&usenamespace=true]
*[&usecurid=true]