Well, it appears that I now have a full-post Atom feed, which should be located at this address: http://www.offthekuff.com/mt/atom.xml. I've subscribed to it myself in Bloglines so I'll know when it's working or not. You can see it for yourself if you click on the My Bloglines subscriptions link. Actually, I subbed to both my XML feeds - the Atom feed is the top one.
I could swear that I saw a post about newly-added Atom support on the SixLog earlier today, but either I hallucinated it or it's been deleted/moved. Not that I apparently need it - I found a basic template for Atom here, and though the link I'd created didn't seem to work right away, it's working now. So subscribe away, and drop me a note if you feel the need to add something similar to your MT blog.
So now I'm curious. I see that I have four subscribers besides myself to my standard feed. How do you read this site? Bookmark, blogroll, other RSS aggregator, no set method, other? I'd be interested to know.
UPDATE: I've gotten some feedback that my Atom feed is generating invalid XML - in particular, that there's a MovableType closing tag which is visible. I don't see that when I view my Atom feed in Bloglines, so is anyone else seeing something like this? I'm going to poke around the template that I've created to see if I can figure this out, but any other info I can get would help. Thanks.Posted by Charles Kuffner on May 05, 2004 to Administrivia | TrackBack