I am after an automated and integrated solution that will allow me to Ping a list of url's (could be hundreds, somtimes thousands at one time) to a predefined list (changeable list) of XML-RPC sites, the script should then go on to create a series of W3C compliant RSS feeds but should limit the number of urls that go into any one rss feed to 20 so if for example there were 200 urls, the script would make 10 rss feeds - the file locations of these rss feeds should then be presented in a txt based report or similar.
I have a PLR rights to a php based RSS Joiner which takes a list of URLs and creates a W3C compliant feed but it does not split the feeds into neat chunks of 20 urls per feed (this script can be made available to sensible bidders but a pdf showing the current input screen if made available here).
Ideally I would like this solution to run server side so it does not use up all my pc resources as pinging hundreds of urls can take some time.
Further Information on how I see this working:
I fill in the input screen for the project - which will basically be the items included in the attached pdf - one thing I would like to look at is the possibly of spinning titles and descriptions.
The script should run from the /rss page of my site but the script should be password protected so only I can use it.
All URL's are then pinged to a pre-defined list of xml-rpc ping sites (this list should be editable)
A series of W3C Validated RSS Feeds are then created from the initial urls input as part of Step 1 (Spin Titles/Descriptions) – max of 20 urls per rss feed.
The xml rss feeds are then made available within the /rss directory of the site and a list of the full feed urls created in that run should be output to a text file.
We would then take this text file and run it through RSS Submit unless you can replicate the service that RSS Submit provides by submitting the RSS feeds to around 88 RSS Directories.
Thats about it in a nutshell - although we would like to develop the solution as we go along so any solution has to be flexible in its develpment.
We are open to the coding language used and any db that may be required - further discussion on the technical requirements may be required.
We look forward to your bids.