By Dave Cross (davorg) from London.pm
Date: Wednesday, 5 August 2009 15:15
Duration: 20 minutes
Target audience: Everyday Perl
Tags: aggregation community feeds local perlanet planet social web
There's a lot data out there on the internet. And a large percentage of it is available as web feeds. Aggregating those feeds can be the basis for some useful web sites.
In this talk I'll look at the kinds of data that you might want to aggregate and the kinds of software that you might use to do that.
I'll also discuss how I've used this technology to attempt to solve one of the biggest problems of living in London.
Attended by: Thomas Klausner (domm), Barbie, Giuseppe Maxia (gmax), Dave Cross (davorg), Abigail, Marco Neves (themage), David H. Adler (dha), Hermen Lesscher (hermen), Flavio Poletti (polettix), Andreas Hetey, Luis Motta Campos (LMC), Andy Armstrong (AndyA), Markus Förster, Ulrich Wisser (wisser), Jozef Kutej (jozef), Lars Dɪᴇᴄᴋᴏᴡ 迪拉斯 (daxim), Billy Abbott (cowfish), Wendy Van Dijk (woolfy), Jordi Delgado (jdelgado), Wolfgang Radke, Stelios Gikas (sgikas),