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Thu, Jan 27, 2005 (07:27) | Paul Terry Walhus (terry)
xHTML is the new standard. Get used to it.

Combined with CSS it makes much more sense to construct web pages using this technology. I woke up to it even more the other day when talking to David Watson of http://aodesign.com when he told me all their coding is done in xHTML. Since then I've been on a crash course to get my webpages optimized.
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 Topic 98 of 109 [web]: xhtml and xml
 Response 1 of 3: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Jan 27, 2005 (07:28) * 15 lines 
 
XMLmind XML Editor
XMLmind XML Editor is a validating XML editor featuring a word processor-like view (more info).

XMLmind XML Editor
makes content authors more productive (more info),
excels at editing a mix of XML data and XML document (more info),
has an integrated spreadsheet engine which makes it suitable for a broad range of applications (more info),
is highly extensible and its extensions are easy to deploy (more info).


from

http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/

Best thing, it's open source. I know I should just be using notebook but I'm attracted to crutches.


 Topic 98 of 109 [web]: xhtml and xml
 Response 2 of 3: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Jan 27, 2005 (07:29) * 1 lines 
 



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 Response 3 of 3: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Sep  8, 2005 (07:05) * 40 lines 
 

(Please help spread the word)

Hey. I bet you never though your knowledge of the regular expression could
ever help save peoples lives and reunited lost love ones who's lives were
destroyed in our greatest national tragedy. But you are wrong.

http://192.122.183.218/wiki/index.php/PeopleFinderTech

There are 50+ websites that help people find the status of people the know
who were living in New Orleans. But currently none of the data bases are
synced and it is an absolute nightmare to try to find relevant
information. But a bunch of industrious geeks have stepped up to help save
the day....

Since Friday we have
* Created a XML specification (PFIF - http://zesty.ca/pfif/) for data
interchange between systems
* Scraped the majority of structured data sets
* Organized swaths of volunteer data entry people to key in virtually
every unstructured piece of data (from craigslist, message boards, etc.)
* Contacted and persuaded many site admins to implement PFIF on their
sites

But there is still a bunch of work left to do!

We still need lots of help
* Scraping and periodically rescraping the data sets
* Helping site admins implement PFIF export for automated interchange
* Deduping

If you can help out please:

* Read through http://192.122.183.218/wiki/index.php/PeopleFinderTech
* Join our mailinglist: katrinadev@civicspacelabs.org
* Contact Zack AIM: uberzacker Cell: 724 612 7641
* Jump in!
http://192.122.183.218/wiki/index.php/PeopleFinderTech#How_to_get_involved

-Zack

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