The Journal actually is hosted on WordPress, although I'm not sure if
it's a recent enough version for the plug-in.
I had the impression looking at it before that Anthologize would only
make an 'anthology' of your entire wordpress site.
Is there any easy way to get it to, for instance, make an anthology of
all the posts with a certain WordPress tag or category instead? That's
what we'd want for the C4L Journal. I guess if it can take a feed, you
could point it at the feed for a specific category/tag, but I'm betting
it works better when it's actually functioning as a wordpress plugin
integrated with the content it's exporting.
In general, one of the hardest part of exporting our WordPress articles
in other formats seems to be dealing with the in-line images,
code-samples, tables, etc.
On 1/4/2011 11:35 AM, Hanrath, Scott wrote:
> As Peter notes below, Anthologize is a WordPress 3 plugin -- and I should
> add in a alpha release state -- so a WP 3 install where you can install
> plug-ins is a pre-requisite. But it does have a feed importer, so given a
> complete RSS feed it would provide a relatively plain ePub output option.
> There's a download on the Anthologize site Peter linked to; the code is
> at https://github.com/chnm/anthologize/.
> (Incidentally, I'll be talking about One Week | One Tool development
> process Anthologize came out of at code4lib 2011).
> -- Scott
> Scott Hanrath
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> On 1/3/11 3:23 PM, "Peter Murray"<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I wonder if something like Anthologize -- http://anthologize.org/ --
>> would be useful for doing this. From its "About" page:
>> Anthologize is a free, open-source, plugin that transforms
>> WordPress 3.0 into a platform for publishing electronic texts.
>> Grab posts from your WordPress blog, import feeds from external
>> sites, or create new content directly within Anthologize. Then
>> outline, order, and edit your work, crafting it into a single
>> volume for export in several formats, including ‹ in this release ‹
>> PDF, ePUB, TEI.
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