Is there an RSS feed to keep up on what's happening on doctype?

  • They should have us set one up real quick if not... lol Gary Hepting about 9 years ago

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Sure is... feed://doctype.com/questions.rss.

Answered about 9 years ago by David Leininger
  • Is there is a standard format to filter specific user activity, etc. for blog plugins? Gary Hepting about 9 years ago
  • I'm not sure yet, I actually joined the same day as you, haha. I'll check really quick. David Leininger about 9 years ago
  • David, the UI doesn't like that feed:// protocol just for the record :) Gary Hepting about 9 years ago
  • Lol, awesome. :) Gary Hepting about 9 years ago
  • Fixed the link, but I don't see anything about filtering your activity. I'm sure we could figure out away to pull down the feed and filter yours with PHP or something. David Leininger about 9 years ago
  • Yeah that's a great idea, I'll just use simplePIE and filter displaying the content by username. That's a really simple solution, great thinking. Gary Hepting about 9 years ago
  • You know what's weird is that the UserVoice (meta.doctype.com) has user-filtered feeds setup already... I wonder why they haven't carried that feature into the front-end? Perhaps goals for a simple UI outweighed that feature from going to production... Gary Hepting about 9 years ago
  • Hmmm, guess it's not that easy. There's no indication of who a post is made by in the feed. I would have to enter and look for my unique signature string every time or something in order to have a work-around... Gary Hepting about 9 years ago
  • Yeah, I was looking at that, too. But yeah I agree the signature, if custom, is probably the only way to do it. David Leininger about 9 years ago
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Yes, http://doctype.com/questions.rss

Answered about 9 years ago by o.k.w