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Actually, YACS speaks both text/xml and application/rss+xml
Some time ago I posted an article YACS provides RSS newsfeeds as text/xml, and this is a deliberate choice. Well, it looks now that information provided at that time is not complete, and therefore, not completely true ::)

Standards implemented in YACS Syndicating with yacs


published by Bernard on Oct. 8 2004 at 11:34 pm GMT

Possible alternatives to 'Drop a comment' and 'Blog & Trackback' links texts
It's superficial, I know...

edited by Bernard on Sep. 17 2004 at 09:35 am GMT

Nearby locations SQL magic
Here's an SQL statement which I use in my WordPress plugin to list nearby locations, ordered by geographic proximity... Should be easy to port, no?

commented by Bernard on Sep. 11 2004 at 01:48 pm GMT

This page has been posted by e-mail!
To answer a recent request from Eoin, we are currently adding mail handlers to YACS. As you can see, YACS is now able to process inbound plain text messages.

Blogging with yacs


commented by Bernard on Sep. 8 2004 at 01:42 am GMT

Is there a way to post content by email?

commented by Bernard on Sep. 3 2004 at 09:48 pm GMT

Almost all pages under review
Don't be surprised by the number of [new] and messages. We have checked every page of this server to enhance information accuracy.

commented by Bernard on Aug. 30 2004 at 06:56 pm GMT


commented by Bernard on Aug. 10 2004 at 04:04 pm GMT

Scan Scripts For Hooks
Session not sticking...I guess?

commented by Bernard on Aug. 10 2004 at 03:34 pm GMT

Is this the mother of all weblogs?

published by Bernard on Aug. 6 2004 at 12:01 am GMT

Meu blog.....

commented by Bernard on Aug. 5 2004 at 12:57 am GMT

Error in delete.php on line 80.
The eroor is because of extra ')', but if you fix it you start getting several errors. i am not being able to delete pages

edited by Bernard on Aug. 3 2004 at 01:39 am GMT

Smileys path hardcoded in 'edit.js'
Path to /smileys/ is hardcoded in 'edit.js' script.

commented by Bernard on Jul. 13 2004 at 11:36 am GMT

The toolbox used to develop YACS

edited by Bernard on Jul. 1 2004 at 06:28 pm GMT

Will SVG become an important thing?
Check the proposed demonstrations, you may be impressed by the combination of vector drawing and web interaction.

published by Bernard on June 18 2004 at 12:58 am GMT

Today I got mad
I got mad because tv is trying to control too much our minds
soul traveler0864

published by Bernard on May 2 2004 at 03:01 pm GMT

We now have a forum
The dazibao is over, thanks to Garee and Eoin suggestions.

published by Bernard on Apr. 16 2004 at 06:58 pm GMT

24 hours and no answer yet
How can any take this product seriously if there's no quick system for answering questions?

commented by Bernard on Apr. 13 2004 at 12:38 am GMT

64000 character limit on articles?
Why do I get a pop-up telling me descriptions can't be longer than 64000 characters whenever I paste into the article content box?

commented by Bernard on Apr. 12 2004 at 11:57 am GMT

How does YACS compare to Manila?
Manila 9.0 provides a comprehensive and fully integrated solution for web publishing, content management, weblogs, portal development, and custom web applications - all designed to facilitate true real-time operation for information driven enterprises and online communities. UserLand's full featured, low-cost web publishing, weblog and content management system combines instant personal publishing with RSS aggregation technology to flow information where its needed, all for just $899. Userland provides web publishing, web content management and weblogging tools that make it easy to build websites, improve communication and bring people and information together. UserLand is a recognized technology leader in many areas including the use of RSS and integrated news readers to radically simplify the publishing and aggregation of web content.

What is yacs about anyway?


commented by pich on Apr. 2 2004 at 06:39 pm GMT

Computing a web fat index?
We introduce in this page a brand new method to help people believing that the WWW acronym means 'World Wide Wait'. Too often bad response times are due to fat content. Keep reading, and you will discover the equivalent of the body fat index, but adapted to web pages.

edited by Bernard on Mar. 16 2004 at 11:10 am GMT

How does YACS compare to YABB?
YaBB, Yet Another Bulletin Board, is an open-source, easily-accessible bulletin board for everyone and anything. YaBB is one of the world's leading providers of FREE Perl-based Message Board systems for webmasters, with currently over 50,000 web communities using YaBB worldwide, and over 1 Million registered users througout these forums!

What is yacs about anyway? Yabb


edited by Bernard on Mar. 16 2004 at 12:45 am GMT

A security Issue.
A security issue question about modifing/editing published articles.

commented by Bernard on Mar. 12 2004 at 10:30 pm GMT

I've upgraded, I love it, but I've got some questions

commented by eoin on Mar. 9 2004 at 07:15 pm GMT

Why W.Bloggar can't access my own YACS server?
Joao gets an error from w.bloggar on connection to a private YACS server. Transcript of the troubleshooting steps.

Blogging with yacs


edited by joao_leonardo on Mar. 5 2004 at 03:29 pm GMT

How to select colors for your skin?
Just use on-line tools

link updated by Bernard on Feb. 23 2004 at 11:27 pm GMT

How does YACS compare to Wiki?
The first ever wiki site was created for the Portland Pattern Repository in 1995. That site now hosts tens of thousands of pages. According to the What is Wiki? page, Wiki is the simplest online database that could possibly work. Wiki is a piece of server software that allows users to freely create and edit Web page content using any Web browser. Wiki supports hyperlinks and has a simple text syntax for creating new pages and crosslinks between internal pages on the fly. YACS, like Wiki, has been created to let people express themselves on the web. Therefore both systems have a lot in common. However, YACS architecture differs significantly from a Wiki system.

What is yacs about anyway?


commented by Bernard on Feb. 23 2004 at 11:39 am GMT

Hello World

Blogging with yacs


commented by Bernard on Dec. 7 2003 at 05:05 am GMT