New Commuter Profiles Posted

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A new batch of profiles are posted. If you’ve already submitted your profile, many thanks! And if you haven’t done so already, please consider adding yours to the collection.

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10 Responses to “New Commuter Profiles Posted”

  • Roland Tanglao says:

    could you enable the RSS feed for the Commuter Profiles? pretty please :-) ? that way i could subscribe (and no i don’t mind if the RSS feed only has partial content)

  • Micheal Blue says:

    Alan, that’s a fantastic photo.

  • Ben Johnson says:

    Seconded on the separate RSS feed for commuter profiles!

    Also, Alan, are you wearing _socks_ with your sandals? ;)

  • Alan says:

    Thanks, Michael.

    Alan

  • Alan says:

    Hi,

    I can create a filtered feed that only includes the Commuter Profiles, but to do so requires that the Commuter Profiles category also be a part of the main site feed. I received complaints that the Commuter Profiles were clogging people’s readers, so I took them out of the main flow of the site. Unfortunately, it’s one or the other – no Commuter Profile feed at all, or a Profile feed that is also included as part of the main feed.

    Alan

    PS – Yup, those are socks with sandals; I gave up on being a chic cyclist long ago… :-)

  • kanishka azimi (new england!) says:

    keen newports… i like mine

  • Alan says:

    @kanishka

    I pretty much live in mine 12 months out of the year.

  • Roland Tanglao says:

    that’s sad that you can’t enable the separate RSS without cluttering the main feed. you are using WordPress right? 99% sure WordPress can do that (I know Drupal can); sad that WordPress like Drupal is so unfriendly that even you, Alan, a power user, can’t make a separate RSS feed work properly

  • Alan says:

    Hi Roland,

    I haven’t been able to figure out how to do it in WordPress. A separate category-specific feed is easy; it’s eliminating the category from the main feed while still having the entries show up the the category-specific feed that’s the challenge. In other words, it appears as if category feeds are subsets of the main site feed in WordPress. If you happen to run across a method, please drop me a note.

    Regards,
    Alan

  • Roland Tanglao says:

    Hi Alan:

    My friend Catherine Winters who is a WordPress consultant thinks the following might help:
    QUOTE from Catherine:
    his will do it, but I’d prefer to do it in functions.php myself: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simply-exclude/
    4:58 PM
    Thusly: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/remove-certain-categories-from-site-rss-feed
    END QUOTE

 
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