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Author Topic: RoboPublisher for publishing events to calendars & 4sale items to craigslist  (Read 3797 times)


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I'm looking for an application much like RoboForm that would submit periodical events to different on-line calendars (periodicals).

It would ...
  • ... need symbolic variables like %event_date%, %event_time%, %price%, %location%, that are user defined.  There could be both application global (default values for all events, e.g. %username%) and local variables for a specific event (local defs override global).
  • ... have bookmark URL profiles for each on-line calendar page where symbolic variable data (event info) would be published out.  (This would similar to a RoboForm "custom page" using symbolic variables.  One or two "semi-global" variables might be assigned here, e.g. %site-password%.)
  • ... have a profile definition for each periodical event to be posted defining which above bookmark URLs to publish this information to (on demand).  (Sort of like a RoboForm "identity profile" for an event.)  All "local" symbolic variables would be assigned values in these event profiles.

RoboForm has a SDK for developing such an application, but I don't really have time to write one.  However, I think a RoboPublisher app would be very popular!  Does anyone know of a RoboPublisher app already around?  If so, could this RoboPublisher also the used to publish different for-sale items say on craigslist and eBay as well?

For those interested, there is an online publishing tool discussed here, but it only works for craigslist.
« Last Edit: June 18, 2008, 12:56 AM by superticker »