Weblogging is increasing in popularity and scope, and it would be great if - in addition to the core xml-rpc methods that we have that we could also add support for the "blogger api" - which is gaining adoption by many other web services.
Thanks to email@example.com who told me about this rfe bug. The link below point to the current code. Mostly functional, my focus now is to use <editor> instead of <textbox>. Which is proving to a bit of an hassle, (it doesnt play well with <browser> under same parent window. How does sidebar do it? http://www.exitspace.net/~mike/misc/install.html
Mike, would you like to own this bug? Feel free to grab this from me.
Yeah, I'll take it.
This looks like an XP RFE, not a Mac specific one
As an alternative approach, I've tried adding support for Blogger API to Composer. This still lacks things like multiple account management and retrieving recent postings from a weblog for editing but works pretty very well otherwise. Have a look at http://bloggenmoz.antville.org/ for details and code.
Just a suggestion, you might want to overlay the composer rather than making a new composerCommands.js because everytime they change composerCommands.js to fix bugs add new feature, you are going to undo it. I think more into the problem, and I'm thinking of just using the current code and put out a documentation to let users implement the listeners. Unless someone can come up with an idea to let listener return variables for function. I tried asking Andrew, but he's too busy at the moment.
Created attachment 74965 [details] blogger api implementation in js I seriously don't know how you can make this globally reusable. But at least it's resuable on an application basis. Think I'm using the right license, someone need to correct me if I'm off.
Changing QA contact
[RFE] is deprecated in favor of severity: enhancement. They have the same meaning.