Agregating posts

Hi all,

Let me explain my problem. I have the following structure:

– HOME
|
|__ Section 1
| |__ Article 1 (published_at: jan/17)
| |__ Article 2 (published_at: jan/30)
| |__ Article N (published_at: feb/10)
|
|__ Section 2
|__ Article 1 (published_at: jan/25)
|__ Article 2 (published_at: jan/26)
|__ Article N (published_at: jan/31)

I want to agregate the posts from both section on a single feed, but I
want them to be sorted by published date, regardless of wich section
they belong to.

The final result would be something like this:

  • Section 1 : Article N (published_at: feb/10)
  • Section 2 : Article N (published_at: jan/31)
  • Section 1 : Article 2 (published_at: jan/30)
  • Section 2 : Article 2 (published_at: jan/26)
  • Section 2 : Article 1 (published_at: jan/25)
  • Section 1 : Article 1 (published_at: jan/17)

Can anyone help me?

Gabriel

Gabriel,

I’ve been thinking of doing something like that myself. Here’s what I’m
thinking in terms of tags:

<r:aggregate urls="/section-1; /section-2; /section-3">
<r:children:each limit=“10” order=“desc”>

</r:children:each>
</r:aggregate>

I don’t have time tonight to work on it, but as soon as I have
something, I’ll pass it on!

Sean

Hey there!

If you come up with something, lemmie know? I’m interested in it for the
RSS feeds side of things. :slight_smile:

Andrew

Ditto.
We’re going to be building a newsletter mailer application that uses
Radiant’s content management. I may attempt to make an extension out of
it, but I haven’t really looked into creating extensions yet.

-jim

On 2/13/2007, “Andrew K.” [email protected] wrote:

something, I’ll pass it on!

|
I want to agregate the posts from both section on a single feed, but I

  • Section 1 : Article 1 (published_at: jan/17)

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