I’ve added some conversions to the OPML Editor: Convert a NewsGator file Convert a FeedDemon file Import Bloglines, NewsGator, RSS Bandit and SharpReader OPML via URL Update Refer instead to my new tool: yabfogTools.root.
Here’s a tool to translate your XBEL bookmarks to OPML. It’s just a quick hack, but it works. Use Bookmarks Synchronizer to generate an XBEL file from your Firefox bookmarks, upload it, and your bookmarks will be returned in OPML format.
I’ve been monkeying around with rendering OPML in WordPress. Finally, I learned how to create a WordPress plugin, so I’ve created OPML Renderer, a plugin that renders valid OPML from any source as an expandable/collapsible list. Thanks to iconophobia and the inlineRSS plugin for some code and ideas.
OPML Sidebar Revisions I made some revisions to my OPML sidebar hack. I added a more graceful failure when the checkCache function cannot retreive the OPML file, and I also changed the $maxage variable so that its value can be passed via the function call. In addition, I changed the HTML output to be expandable/collapsible… Continue reading OPML Pages and OPML Sidebar Revisions
Update Please refer to this page for a current version and any discussion of this script.
If you look in the right column running down the main page of this website (the sidebar), you’ll notice a heading for my “Blogroll.” And if you examine the blogroll, you may notice this little graphic that says OPML. That’s because my blogroll is being generated on-the-fly from my OPML reading lists generated by PodNova… Continue reading OPML Sidebar for WordPress
Superceded. See the Optimal OPML Browser.
I’ve been playing with Dave Winer’s OPML Editor, and it’s starting to grow on me. (Here’s a link to my OPML blog.) One of the coolest things about the OPML Editor is the Map A Domain feature, through which the community server that Dave set up (running on the Frontier kernel) can translate an OPML… Continue reading Translating XBEL to OPML with XSL