I got my quick introduction to Free Mind by son#1 (13yrs) today. Of course I am a stressful student. Of course he is not an advanced user. But we are doing well together. We didn’t manage to get a cloud removed other then by undo. And of course you don’t want to make use of… Continue reading mind mapping using Free Mind and emacs and its nXML-mode
One good reason for not not authoring in XML is not having a suitable editor or IDE. I personally use and recommend emacs and James Clark‘s nxml-mode. I create and modify all sorts of XML documents this way. If you supply nxml-mode with the right schema for your document, nxml-mode can even help you with tag completion and document… Continue reading editing XML documents in emacs using nxml-mode
I found it at SourceForge. I really love editing XML in Emacs’s nxml-mode. I did mention that at my DocBook Wiki home page already.
At this link XING tells us, that they accept XML files in a certain format for uploading events to their site. They supply us with some nice but rather informal documentation in PDF, but there is no schema. Now that made me a little curious today, I downloaded their template file, created a few variants… Continue reading bulk upload of events in XML at XING
Until not too long ago I had kept my CV in DocBook, then I converted it to XMLRésumé (but the project really looks dead nowadays), now I am converting it to HR-XML/Resume. Yes, I know, its project admin just recently declared this SourceForge project as inactive. But then, what alternatives are there? Of course, I… Continue reading my CV or Resume in XML
I remember, I haven’t told you yet, how I read my RSS subscriptions. I am using SAGE. It has an XML based exchange format called OPML, which is actually just a format for listing outlines of books, articles, whatever, and apart from the SAGE aspect: I love to edit OPML in emacs’s nxml mode. Let… Continue reading my favourite RSS reader: SAGE within Firefox