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Michael Becker
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Dec 12th, 2011, 11:24pm
 
Has anyone ever integrated their Tinderbox file with Drupal?  I'd like to be able to notes into a Drupal blog.
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Reply #1 - Jun 4th, 2012, 10:19pm
 
Hi, Michael. What do you mean by "integration"? If you mean establishing some sort of direct note-to-blog-post exchange through Drupal's interface, I don't think so. I was also looking for ways Tinderbox could feed or manipulate my Drupal site content, but, so far I haven't seen any practical implementation. Tinderbox can serve as a special kind of CMS (content management system), of course, less resourceful than Drupal, but very effective for certain specific hand-made web projects. Using Tinderbox to organize content within a Drupal (or Joomla) site is using CMS over another CMS...

If anyone here has any clever idea, I'm curious too.
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Re: Drupal
Reply #2 - Jun 4th, 2012, 11:09pm
 
The Drupal Feeds module will import OPML, which Tinderbox can easily export.  

It also supports a variety of other formats, such as CSV, which should also be easy to produce using a Tinderbox export template.

(I haven't tried this, but a quick glance at the drupal.org site suggests that Feeds is the current consensus choice. There are several other modules that address this task, and using the API through the Tinderbox runCommand() action might be an option as well._
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