OCaml Planet Syndication
Two types of feeds are aggregated by the OCaml Planet: personal and institutional.
Personal feeds are for individuals working with OCaml. Writing
about OCaml in every entry is not mandatory. On the contrary, this is
an opportunity to broaden the discussion. However, entries must respect the
ocaml.org. Posts should avoid focusing
on overtly commercial topics. If you write a personal blog that also has
many posts on other topics, we will be thankful if you provide us with an
already filtered feed (e.g., tagging posts and using a tag subfeed).
Institutional feeds are those that only handle OCaml information. The best way to define what they are is by giving some examples:
- NEWS of an ocaml project (release of OCaml, release of PXP...)
- Caml Weekly News
How to syndicate your feed
Due to spam, the
ocaml.org team has disabled automatic planet
syndication. You can still ask to be added to the planet by
submitting an issue with
the title "Add URL to planet".
You need to provide three pieces of information in your issue:
A name for the feed: this can be your name if the feed is about a person (e.g. "Sylvain Le Gall"), or the name of the official OCaml information channel (e.g. "Caml Weekly News")
An URL for downloading the feed: this URL must give access to the RSS feed itself
Whether this feed is Personal or an official OCaml information channel (Institutional). See the above guidelines concerning syndication for these two different kinds of feed.
Once you have provided this information, your syndication will be reviewed by an administrator and put online. If you want to have a good chance to join the feed there must be at least one post about OCaml in the most recent entries.
How to read planet from your RSS reader
We provide the following kinds of feed:
Copy/paste one of these links into your favorite feed reader to enjoy planet news.