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    The next web: Pipelines The next web: Pipelines Presentation Transcript

    • The next web : pipemania
    • unix pipelines
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pipeline_(Unix)
    • xml pipelines
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XML_pipeline
      • Apcache Cocoon has the concept of a definable pipeline using xml
        • Sitemaps - http://cocoon.apache.org/2.0/userdocs/concepts/index.html
    • pipelines uses
      • apple script
      • perl scripts
      • python scripts
    • Blogwave
        • http://blogs.msdn.com/asanto/archive/2004/08/22/218625.aspx
        • C:Program FileslogwaveBlogWaveClient.exe
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    • Yahoo! pipes
      • http://pipes.yahoo.com
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    • Touchstone
        • http://www.touchstonelive.com
        • C:Program FilesTouchstoneTouchstone.exe
        • XML based
          • C:Documents and SettingsIan ForresterApplication DataTouchstone
          • APML
            • http://www.touchstonelive.com/apml
          • OPML
          • XML config
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    • my pipelines
      • Pipelines are useful, but are limited by our own creativity at the moment. But wait... there's another way Please bear with me...
    • Using Flickr's authoriser
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    • Using blip.tv instead of flickr
      • Flickr is good but Blip.tv is even better
      • Even Lawrence Lessig says so
        • http://www.lessig.org/blog/archives/003570.shtml
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    • When blip.tv met hey!watch
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    • Cool stuff, but what about Y!
      • “ RSS and XML are easy targets for a beta service. But whats really needed is more input adapters. Microformats, FOAF, S5, WebAPIs, XMPP, etc. The transformers are predictable bar the user-defined filters (which I would assume would be XSL?). There's other services like RSS Mix and Feed Rinse which do the same thing. Chris is right, filters are old hat.”
        • http://www.cubicgarden.com/blojsom/blog/pipelines/Environment/2007/02/08/Yahoo-catches-on-to-the-idea-of-internet-pipelines.html
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    • Clients and servers
      • Touchstone is simply cool but can use a lot of resources
      • Blogwave relies on dos for its real shifting
      • Maybe there's ways to combine these?
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    • But Y! Could do almost the same
    • XProc: XML Pipeline Language
      • Defines pipelines
        • http://www.w3.org/TR/xproc/
    • Thanks for listening
      • Ian Forrester - blogger@cubicgarden.com
      • Flow* blog
        • http://www.cubicgarden.com/blojsom/blog/pipelines/