Reported by Brice Maron, Nov 28, 2008
Please Add rss feed to timeline or tickets / doc and source change... if you feed the timeline, it would be great that we could filter by type ( tickets /commit/...)
Comment 1 by Loïc d'Anterroches, Nov 29, 2008
This is not as easy as one can think as different people can have different rights. For example, projects members can have access to the source but not normal users. This means we need to define the feeds as something like: http://domain.tld/p/myproject/issues/feed/1234567abcdefg/ with 1234567abcdefg being a token allowing InDefero to find which user the request correspond, which cannot be forged and which can be reset if the user forward an email with the url to the wrong person. It will mostlikely be a string containing the userid of the user + a hash based on the password in the db (to allow easy reset with password change) all obfuscated with a simple routine together with a control hash based on the secret_key of the current installation. Side note, better to use the Atom protocol for the feeds.
Comment 2 by Loïc d'Anterroches, Dec 2, 2008
Comment 3 by Loïc d'Anterroches, Dec 2, 2008
Comment 4 by Loïc d'Anterroches, Dec 2, 2008
I have a basic version which is working. I am using the timeline principle, that is, each object which needs to be in the feed must have a feedFragment($request) method. This method must return an <entry> block like that: <entry> <title>Commit 20971</title> <link href=" http://domain.com/p/indefero/source/commit/20971/"/> <id> http://domain.com/p/indefero/source/commit/20971/</id> <updated>2008-12-02T13:22:01+01:00</updated> <content type="xhtml"> <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> Increased the size of the edition area of the documentation pages. </div> </content> </entry> That way I can iterate over the timeline with a filter by type of objects (also depending on the user rights) and easily build the feed.
Comment 5 by Brice Maron, Dec 2, 2008
Nice! It would be great to have a <link /> tag in all specific pages for the object. Like a link for commits in the source tab,...
Comment 6 by Loïc d'Anterroches, Dec 3, 2008
Fixed in commit 9c44bc5fe5c54995970. The atom feed is available for the timeline, the infrastructure is there to add atom feed for everything within InDefero, this just requires time. I will add the corresponding feeds as time goes.