Re: OT Automated blogging of oracle-l history?

Chris,
http://www.freelists.org/feed/oracle-l  is the feed for list, infact there
are many many websites who take content from this and many such lists and
make it available on their site. Not sure how this can be stopped without
making this a closed list, which I doubt will happen. The openness allows
more information exchanged easily, such aggregation is a side effect.

fwiw, some okies do similar things, they publish okie blog feed on their
blog, so in Google reader, I used to get 3 links for each post (original,
okies blog feed, and from the person who would host it on their on site,
reader thinks they are publishing rather than aggregating).

Raj

On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 1:35 PM, Taylor, Chris David <
ChrisDavid.Taylor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I had attempted to post a similar question to the list earlier in regard
> to whether ORACLE-L used RSS to deliver posts. (My post got 'eaten' by the
> listserv as it triggered some security feature or something). I'm of the
> opinion it must and from there it is easy to incorporate the straight RSS
> feed into blog entries.


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