I’m still busy adding feeds from folks in whom most definitely provide value to those with interest in XSLT and/or similar technologies such as XQuery and LINQ. I was going to hold off from announcing this until I was absolutely certain I had everybody on there that obviously should be on there. But since that will more than likely never happen within a reasonable time frame, and since the best way to fix something is to give it to people to play with such that they can tell you where it’s broken (and/or how they broke it, though in this case (I hope!) this really doesn’t apply), I figured now is the time to announce its existence, using a collaborative approach to filling in the missing links. If it seems to you there is someone missing, please let me know. Thanks!
Update: Please note: If you visit the site expecting to see your name+link, and for some odd reason it isn’t there, please don’t take it personally. I do stupid things like this *ALL* the time. For example, it took me close to a year before I realized I didn’t have Elliotte Rusty Harold listed on the XSLT:Blog “Legends of the XSLT Community” roster. With this in mind, please forgive me, and let me know of my evil sins so I can properly repent. Thanks!
In addition to adding new folks as time continues, I also plan to begin the integration of the client-side XSLT framework I have been developing, some of which you can find @ http://extf.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/WebApp/public_web/ (and play with @ http://browserbasedxml.com/ ). This same framework you will be learning about in the now quite belated Open Source XML Weekly Roundup (which will now be titled “Week 9 1/2″ when it’s ready to go either later today or tomorrow ;-)
More on that when it arrives ( < obviously! ;-)
Oh, and also,
http://www.understandingxslt.com/ is live again, and as soon as I have time to integrate the old MovableType templates (the machine they were on died, but the hard drive still lives > just need to stick it in a machine and pull off all of the necessary data files (which includes XSLTWiki, another task item I have to finish off) I will be pointing http://www.xsltblog.com/ @ what http://dev.xsltblog.com/ is currently pointed at which means my personal blog will be alive and kicking again! (”Hooray!” or “Oh Dear God, NO!!!”, dependent, of course, on your own personal perspective as to whether my uncut, uncensored, and say it like I probably shouldn’t have personal blogging approach is a good thing or a bad thing. ;-)
Of course, while those same templates need to be pulled off of the machine for the benefits of Kurt’s UnderstandingXML.com blog, < It’s now live again as well, though obviously is in desperate need of the proper MT template files. It’s getting there… Slowly. But it’s getting there.
Bye for now. :)