Testing OPML Editor with multiple blogs

November 25, 2005

Testing OPML editor with multiple blogs installed. Guess the title kind of covers this one.

Seems like I wasn’t the only one working away at fixing this problem. Cori’s solution is available here which is essentially replacing your WordPress xmlrpc.php file with the one he modified on line 518 and 519 by adding trim to the user login and password in the MetaWeblogAPI section.

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One Response to “Testing OPML Editor with multiple blogs”


  1. […] [23:06:02] »» [t]opic> [Forser] changes topic to [Script School’s Official Chatroom – Next Show : NOW – Next show : 261] [23:06:03] [@Forser] Todays Lineup : http://www.scriptschool.com/news/ | http://www.scriptschool.com/radio/24k.php <- 24k stream 64k -> http://www.scriptschool.com/radio/56k.php | Earlier chatlogs at http://www.scriptschool.com/news/ | Call-in : (800) 634-2718 / Skype : TDavid .. [23:06:43] »» [j]oin> [TDavid-LIVE] [~happyhall@c-67-168-115-100.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] [23:06:53] [jvastine] wb [23:09:05] [TDavid-LIVE] thanks! [23:09:43] [weirdhal] jvastine sorry feeding my face… I am majoring in computer science… well trying to anyway [23:10:32] [jvastine] np…ok, easy stuff [23:10:53] [weirdhal] LOL glad someone thinks so! [23:11:19] [SlickRick] WFT [23:11:22] [SlickRick] wtf [23:11:39] [SlickRick] oh thought that was live lol [23:12:35] [jvastine] well, it was for me anyway…took 40hrs/week & completed my degree in only 9 mos. with a 4.0 gpa [23:13:35] [weirdhal] yeah that would be nice, but remember that about 3 years ago I din’t even know how to turn a computer on [23:13:42] [jvastine] but I do not recommend a 40hr/week course load for most people as it is a bit intense [23:14:24] [jvastine] you turn on computers? [23:14:26] [jvastine] lol [23:14:51] [weirdhal] LOL now I don’t tur one off! [23:14:55] [weirdhal] turn [23:15:07] [jvastine] indeed [23:15:29] [SlickRick] ya I saw a DVD recorder for like $79 [23:16:32] [JohnnyRS] yes i did [23:16:44] [jvastine] best buy=worst buy actually [23:17:33] [weirdhal] Hey TDavid [23:17:40] [Rowdy] lol [23:19:29] [jvastine] I imagine that it was crazy out there [23:22:16] [jvastine] I have 2 digital cameras & a nice 35mm slr [23:23:47] [jvastine] depends upon the # of ccd’s too [23:24:11] [jvastine] good price on the dvdr’s [23:24:25] [TDavid-LIVE] kodak z760 … with docking station [23:24:25] [JP_Go4livecash] the new kodaks got wifi [23:24:45] [JP_Go4livecash] and touchscreen with webupload of pics through wifi [23:25:30] [jvastine] I’ve seen a few new cameras with wifi JP, seems like some interesting potential there [23:25:33] [TDavid-LIVE] that cost $198 USD [23:27:02] [jvastine] sorry TD, I do not know too much about kodak’s digitals, but sounds like a nice package [23:27:07] [JP_Go4livecash] they all will go wifi [23:27:17] [JP_Go4livecash] nikon as well. they claim to be first. kodak as well [23:27:44] [jvastine] JP, next they will have built in web servers [23:27:51] [JP_Go4livecash] kodak got this stylus and touchscreen with onscreen keyboard to label pics. i am not sure if i should shed out that $$$ though [23:32:10] [jvastine] true TD, if the pic is shot correctly to start with you’ll save a lot of time [23:32:23] [SlickRick] Higher ISO speeds increase the image noise. To take clean images, use as low an ISO speed as possible. [23:32:31] [jvastine] those settings are great options [23:32:55] [jvastine] iso=film speed [23:33:27] [@Forser] High ISO speed for high speed shooting, like want to take a picture of a racecar, and low ISO speed for flowers and such [23:33:42] [jvastine] or the iso is how quickly the film responds to light [23:34:53] [@Forser] or it was viceversa.. *checks his photobook* [23:35:36] [jvastine] yes Forser…was thinking you were dyslexic [23:36:29] [jvastine] scratch your notes TD! [23:36:53] [jvastine] bounce the flash [23:37:49] [jvastine] put a filter on the flash for glossy or reflective surfaces [23:38:27] [jvastine] sounds like a well thought out design [23:38:30] [@Forser] low ISO for slow pictures and high iso for fast pictures.. at least according to my book [23:39:35] [@Forser] I guess there are more info on the net.. a lot of info in the book in Swedish so [23:39:40] [@Forser] Todays Lineup : http://www.scriptschool.com/news/ | http://www.scriptschool.com/radio/24k.php <- 24k stream 64k -> http://www.scriptschool.com/radio/56k.php | Earlier chatlogs at http://www.scriptschool.com/news/ | Call-in : (800) 634-2718 / Skype : TDavid .. [23:40:52] [jvastine] ok…the higher the film speed…iso means the quicker the film reacts to lower light levels…so I’m dyslexic! [23:40:54] [jvastine] lol [23:42:25] [@Forser] higher iso reacts to fast light [23:43:22] [@Forser] and low iso for the weaklight .. man, it sucks translating [23:44:03] [jvastine] low iso means a finer grained film too [23:44:26] [jvastine] high iso for low light [23:44:48] [TDavid-LIVE] lol … which is it? [23:44:53] [@Forser] Increase the sensitivity of the light sensitive medium by increasing its speed, measured in ISO units, which are the same as the old ASA units which some people might be familiar with. If your photo is underexposed, then put a higher ISO film into the camera or, on a digital camera, increase the ISO rating of the sensor. A fast film is one which becomes exposed faster than a slow film; film rated at ISO 200 is twice as fast as film rated at ISO 100. The ISO ratings are standard across all films and all electronic sensors – an ISO 200 film gets exposed at the same rate as a digital camera sensor set to ISO 200. The sensitivity advantage of high ISO films and sensors comes at a price: the higher the ISO, the grainier the film becomes and the more electronic “noise” the sensor produces. [23:44:54] [TDavid-LIVE] low for fast, low iso for slow? [23:45:02] [jvastine] use like iso 800 or 1000 for shooting fireworks [23:45:50] [TDavid-LIVE] seems like I’m going to need to keep good notes on what setting for what situation! [23:46:00] [TDavid-LIVE] man, I might need a blog just for these notes! [23:46:20] » TDavid-LIVE says that and thinks, but I just want to point and go! [23:46:32] [@Forser] http://www.digicamhelp.com/advanced-digital-camera-settings/iso.htm [23:46:32] -ssblogbot@#scriptschool- C: http://www.digicamhelp.com/advanced-digital-camera-settings/iso.htm from Forser [23:46:38] [@Forser] C: Some ISO settings for different situations [23:46:39] -ssblogbot@#scriptschool- Added comment C1. [23:46:47] [JP_Go4livecash] that add sounded like a zoo [23:46:57] [JP_Go4livecash] but i heard like “porn porn porn” [23:48:35] [JP_Go4livecash] like dumbo [23:50:38] [jvastine] porn zombies [23:52:19] »» [p]art> [weirdhal] [~weirdharo@cpe-24-162-84-179.jam.res.rr.com] [23:53:35] [@Forser] TDavid-LIVE : Google base is fixed what i have read [23:53:40] [TDavid-LIVE] check out cleartype for LCD monitors: http://www.makeyougohmm.com/20051123/2659/ [23:53:45] [jvastine] the next blockbuster film [23:53:49] [@Forser] i know about cleartype and use it [23:56:22] [jvastine] never have ghosting problems with my lcd’s [23:58:13] [@Forser] Todays Lineup : http://www.scriptschool.com/news/ | http://www.scriptschool.com/radio/24k.php <- 24k stream 64k -> http://www.scriptschool.com/radio/56k.php | Earlier chatlogs at http://www.scriptschool.com/news/ | Call-in : (800) 634-2718 / Skype : TDavid .. Session Time: Sat Nov 26 00:00:00 2005 [00:00:14] [JP_Go4livecash] dead air [00:00:17] [JP_Go4livecash] no wait dead ears [00:00:45] [@Forser] It wasn’t me that said that i never had ghosting problems .. [00:05:26] [TDavid-LIVE] image of yak’s visualization on the xbox 360: http://www.makeyougohmm.com/images/2005/xbox360-yak1.jpg [00:06:31] [TDavid-LIVE] overheating xbox problems: http://www.makeyougohmm.com/images/2005/xbox360/xbflickr-crashpic1.jpg [00:06:57] [jvastine] damn, I’m on the 24k feed today & it is really lagging [00:08:31] [JP_Go4livecash] our local walmart had 18 xboxes 360 [00:08:38] [JP_Go4livecash] next ones they get in april 2006 they said [00:08:43] [JP_Go4livecash] so i was outta look [00:09:03] [JP_Go4livecash] on ebya the $299 core systems still sell from $800-$1600 [00:09:12] »» [j]oin> [Leutzuro] [jirc@83.103.228.82] [00:09:16] [jvastine] & outta luck JP [00:09:30] [jvastine] hi Leutzuro [00:09:34] [Leutzuro] hi [00:09:40] [Leutzuro] what is new [00:09:54] [jvastine] not much, you? [00:10:02] [Leutzuro] listen the radio [00:10:19] [jvastine] good deal [00:11:49] [SlickRick] ya no internext for me either [00:15:04] [TDavid-LIVE] nice to see gas prices are coming down somewhat though [00:15:23] [TDavid-LIVE] was $2.39 a gallon this morning which is better than the $2.99 a gallon it was a few weeks ago [00:16:28] [TDavid-LIVE] lol, the 2004 ad that will never die! [00:17:02] [Leutzuro] i hear something FREE TEMPLATE on the radio ? [00:17:06] [Leutzuro] lol [00:19:33] [jvastine] that ad was slightly outdated [00:19:38] [TDavid-LIVE] check this out: http://plasq.com/ [00:20:20] [JP_Go4livecash] almost under $2 here [00:20:25] [JP_Go4livecash] out of tampa [00:20:28] [TDavid-LIVE] some example comic life galleries: http://plasq.com/comiclife/gallery/ [00:20:29] [jvastine] this one is better, at least it say’s the 6th sportspick season & not the 2nd! [00:23:58] [TDavid-LIVE] opml editor (and blog client): http://support.opml.org/ [00:24:08] [TDavid-LIVE] mac version and windows version available and it’s free [00:24:17] [jvastine] TD, did you get commic life at best buy? [00:25:25] [TDavid-LIVE] no, I bought that at the megastore, jvastine [00:25:29] [TDavid-LIVE] $29.99 [00:26:03] [TDavid-LIVE] wordpress.org xmlrpc fix to work with OPML editor is here: https://tdavid.wordpress.com/2005/11/25/testing-opml-editor-with-multiple-blogs/ [00:26:24] [TDavid-LIVE] did you guys see me flipping the bird? http://www.makeyougohmm.com/images/2005/birdflip.gif [00:26:45] [jvastine] ok, thought that it may have been a good bestbuy=worstbuy scenario [00:26:50] [TDavid-LIVE] zoundry: http://www.zoundry.com/ [00:26:57] [TDavid-LIVE] qumana: http://www.qumana.com/ [00:27:02] [TDavid-LIVE] desktop blogging clients [00:27:06] [TDavid-LIVE] all of them free [00:27:41] [TDavid-LIVE] and http://wbloggar.com/ [00:29:13] [TDavid-LIVE] what did you guys think about the AIM auto added bots? [00:29:27] [Rowdy] I don’t use AIM personally [00:33:07] [SlickRick] I am out of here.. have a great weekend everyone. [00:33:25] [Rowdy] c’ya SlickRick [00:33:36] [@Forser] Take care SlickRick [00:33:53] »» [q]uit> [SlickRick] [~jirc@67-136-122-46.dsl2.kgm.az.frontiernet.net] [Quit: Leaving] [00:34:37] »» [t]opic> [Forser] changes topic to [Script School’s Official Chatroom – Next Show : 12/02/05 2pmPST/5pmEST/10pmGMT – Next show : 262] […]


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