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RSS feed of my dives

RSS feed of my dives - maybe parsed once every few days - in order to automatically post and link back to my public profile. For example:

<title>John just posted a new dive to Diveboard!</title>
<description>Click the link below to check out his latest dive in LOCATION.</description>
<link>profile link</link>

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  • Richard Wait commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Howdy All.

    I've written a Javascript / JQuery function that reads the RSS feed and puts in in my Tumblr blog.
    Any chance of a new object within the <item> node for say the URL of the first image of a dive log?

  • AdminDiveboard team (Admin, Diveboard) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    just added
    <time_in>Tue, 09 May 2006 09:30:00 +0000</time_in>
    <duration>55</duration>
    for you :)

    As for the sorting, I think since it's an RSS feed it makes sense that we show the latest created dives (disregarding when they actually happened) - don't you think ?

  • Richard Wait commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Just started to look at the RSS Feed - Brilliant...
    BUT.... (sorry)
    It appears the RSS feed is listing them in time/date when they were added - not the time/date of the dive

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