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Atom Resources

Hey ho. I’m back again with more things. Here I am getting interested in Atom.

Here are some resources to read up on.

Note that the current version of Atom is v0.3, and the Atom WSDL specs are for v0.3, and not the drafts.

Atom WSDL
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After reading, this link seems to have the most updated WSDL file for Atom.
Randy Charles Morin
http://www.kbcafe.com/iBLOGthere4iM/?guid=20040614174016

This is link is some fix up before the top link, and provides some c# client code.
Sam Ruby
http://intertwingly.net/stories/2003/12/18/AtomAPI.wsdl

And some thoughts from Christopher Ferris about the old Atom WSDL before the top link was revised.
http://webpages.charter.net/chrisfer/2004/02/some-thoughts-on-atomapi-wsdl.html

For those playing with WSDL 2.0, here’s the updated WSDL file.
Dave Orchard’s Blog
Atom 0.3 WSDL 2.0
http://www.pacificspirit.com/Authoring/wsdl/atom3.1.wsdl2

And lastly, this is the official WSDL that everyone uses. IMO, the first WSDL file posted up there is still the latest and updated one.
http://atomenabled.org/developers/api/AtomAPI.wsdl

Atom .NET API
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Atomizer
Atom.NET

Atom Specifications
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New Atom Format Draft
Atom Publishing Protocol (txt) (html)
Current Atom v0.3 Specifcations

Atom Resource/Website
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AtomEnabled
The Atom Project Wiki

From what I see, the Atom community activity seems to have stopped for a while, web-presence I mean. Whereas in the mailing list and such, they are very much active.

That’s all folks. Note to self, get softwaremaker to take a look at the Atom WSDL file.

You guys might be wondering why the sudden interest in Atom, and the WSDL. You’ll find out soon. Hee! Man I took 1 hour to type out this post.

Cheerios

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2 comments

  1. Randy Charles Morin

    A few more notes…

    Most of the WSDL you see is for version 0.3 of Atom. That’s the last deployed version and is prior to any of the IETF drafts.

  2. WOW!!! THE REAL RANDY CHARLES MORIN COMMENTED ON MY BLOG!!!!!

    Yeap, I knew it was for Atom v0.3, but then isn’t that the version everyone’s using now? I’ll update the post.

    Thanks for the comment!! Really appreciate it.

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