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The Move to Jobs.PHPDeveloper.org
August 30, 2008 @ 09:34:40

Based on some feedback that I got from readers a little while back (and some of my own thoughts before that), I've decided to split off the job postings to take them out of the main feed. Several people felt that they distract from the main portion of the site - the news.

They haven't gone to far, though - as you'll notice, there's now a "Jobs Feed" on the sidebar that you can subscribe to and get the latest jobs posted with us. This number is growing more and more every day, so it's a great place to keep up with. We've also moved them over to their own subdomain, jobs.phpdeveloper.org to keep things nice and tidy.

From here on out, if you want to find out about the latest job openings, you'll need to subscribe to the new jobs feed or check out the new subdomain, jobs.phpdeveloper.org to keep up with the latest postings. We'll still post the weekly summaries here in the main feed each Saturday for those that just want the overview.

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Opinions on the Job Postings
August 14, 2008 @ 14:25:54

I just wanted to take a second and get some opinions from the readers out there around the job postings that this site has been doing for a while now. They've become more popular in the recent months and I'm concerned that they might be "interrupting the flow" of the news around them.

I wanted to get your thoughts on them and on an idea I'm considering - splitting them off into their own sub-site sort of thing. Right now, you can go to jobs.phpdeveloper.org and get to the latest job postings without the news items. Do you, opinionated readers, think that they should stay over there and not be included with the news? Or do you like having them all in one place, all in one feed?

Post your opinions in the comments - I'll be interested to see what you think...

UPDATE: Several people in the comments have mentioned it, but I wanted to point out one option on the RSS feed - the filtering I have built in. It's tag based, so if you didn't want the job posts in there, you could subscribe to this feed: http://phpdeveloper.org/feed/tag/-job-post. That filters out the job posts for you. It wouldn't be hard to translate this into another "jobless" feed.

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Tagged Feeds Back in Working Condition
May 22, 2007 @ 10:21:07

As I'm sure some of you out there have noticed, the feed links for the tags on each item haven't been working in a long time. The original idea behind them is so that you can customize your experience here with some feeds you can call your own. Thy haven't been working for a while now (due to me not having the time to get in and get them back) but as of the time of this post, I'm happy to say that they are back up and working.

But how can I use these wonderful custom feeds, you ask? Well, it's simple really. Just take your pick of the multitude of tags the articles on this site have and pick the ones you want. Then, just stick them on the end of the feed URL like so:

and a feed with the customized content will arrive on your doorstep. You can also "stack" the tags to get more specialized views like:

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