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Topic # 106683 29-Jul-2012 17:19 Send private message

I would like to have add an option on blog (or maybe even forum posts)
That the body of the post, that sits inside the geekzone boarders.
Could be a url from a google doc. (ok, complex to version control shared document folders...)

So the blog posting will still be done on geekzone with the standard title and a link to the shared document.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ItQouKH5sj4vOzljypBi4XiHh37MdB6wsS3F2wPYKWE/edit

That would make that process even more functional.

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  Reply # 663681 29-Jul-2012 17:44 Send private message

You should use the metaweblog access. This is more standard than anything else.






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  Reply # 663712 29-Jul-2012 19:38 Send private message

So roughly any app that uses that metaweblog API protocal could be used for posting to the blog space.

Which would mean, translating a google document into a metaweblog structure for posting. (lots of work vs no money - could be fun)

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  Reply # 663756 29-Jul-2012 21:38 Send private message

Or just open the app, copy and paste the document.




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