The culture of XML and XML for culture

Announcing Amager Classic’s next event on 21 September. We have Vivaldi and a fabulous new chamber ensemble on the programme, and the R�de Kro Teater as the venue, and I really look forward to this.

As for outreach and PR, I’m working with KultuNaut, which is Denmark’s biggest events calendar. It currently has around 20.000 cultural arrangements in the database. KultuNaut’s database is used by a huge number of partners and affiliates, among them the official KulturNet, Politiken (a big national newspaper) and TV2 (television), as well as many towns and cities, counties, libraries, etc. I’ve known KultuNaut’s founder and CEO Mads Gudmand-H�yer since the early days back in the mid-90s.

KultuNaut now has the ability to generate context-dependent RSS-feeds. I’ve used the feeds to create a list of classical music events on Amager, and use this on Amager Classic’s homepage. The KultuNaut feeds are in RSS 1.0. The feeds validate too. Good job, Mads.

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