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Topic Maps Lab FEEDing Subj3ct.com

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Subj3ct.com a new Subject Identity Resolution Service, gathering collections of identifiers, is supported by the labs atom feed.

Subj3ct.com a exciting new resolution service for Subject Identifier has been launched yesterday. To help subj3ct gather more identifier the Topic Maps Lab decided to add a subj3ct support to their Atom Feed(s).

If you are using Ruby on Rails and a Topic Maps Engine you are welcome to copy’n’paste our builder atom code and participate in feeding the subj3ct :)

#Atom feed for people xml.instruct! xml.feed "xmlns" => "http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" do xml.title "Topic Maps Lab" xml.id "http://www.topicmapslab.de/people" xml.updated Person.find(:last, :order => 'updated_at').updated_at.strftime "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ" #Atom always requires RFC 3339 format xml.author { xml.name "Topic Maps Lab" } @people.each do |person| xml.entry do xml.title person.short_name xml.id person.absolute_identifier xml.updated person.updated_at.strftime("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ") xml.summary person.project_involvment xml.link "rel" => "SubjectIdentifier", "href" => person.absolute_identifier xml.link "rel" => "SubjectRepresentation", "href" => person.absolute_identifier person.subject_identifiers.each do |si| xml.link "rel" => "EquivalentIdentifier", "href" => si.reference end xml.link "rel" => "alternate", "href" => person.absolute_identifier #for valid Atom end end end

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