A couple of years ago, I said "Put on your RSS-colored glasses and forget about Atom." (Wow, has it been that long?) Well, right now I'm saying this: Put on your XOXO-colored glasses and forget about OPML.
Here's an outline snagged from my OPML blog today: http://decafbad.com/2006/02/20060216.opml
Now, here's that outline in some semblance of XOXO: http://decafbad.com/2006/02/20060216.xoxo
Here's the XSLT that I used to transform from OPML to XOXO: http://decafbad.com/2005/11/gopher-ng/opml-to-xoxo.xsl
And, here's the mod_rewrite chicanery I threw together to facilitate this: http://decafbad.com/2006/02/rewrite-rules.txt
I think my XSLT could use some work to better conform to XOXO, and I still need to get a PHP- or module-based XSLT processor for around here for efficiency's sake. But, this seems like it might be a way to provide XOXO-colored glasses to visitors who don't like the cut of my OPML. Does anyone have an RDF-based outline format for me to use? I could throw that in, too.
Is there anything I'm missing here that makes this idea suck completely?