On the Yojimbo mailing list, Dylan Damian shared two applescripts that help to integrate the new tagging feature of Yojimbo 1.3 with del.icio.us and NetNewsWire.
They use pukka to tag a URL in either Safari or NetNewsWire, post the link to del.ico.us and then create a web archive of the page in Yojimbo complete with the same tags.
For example, if you run the first script (tip: make a Quicksilver trigger for it) when viewing a web page in Safari, it launches pukka.
Tag the page with your chosen del.icio.us tags, and submit the page.
Pukka posts the URL to del.icio.us for you and then the script creates a web archive of the page in Yojimbo with the same tags.
Yojimbo becomes in effect, an off-line backup for your del.icio.us links.
The second script does the same thing from NetNewsWire.
In a nice additional touch, the scripts get Growl to tell you that they have done their job.
It’s all very clever and works a treat.
You can get the text of the scripts from Dylan’s post in the Yojimbo mailing list archive or just grab the two scripts here (PukkaAndYojimbo.zip).
They are easiest to use (I think) if you place them in the Safari and NetNewsWire folders in your ~/Library/Scripts/Application directory. Unless you are partial to NetNewsWire’s own Script menu, in which case you are looking for ~/Library/Application Support/NetNewsWire/Scripts.
[Big hat-tips to Dylan]not apple mail, not mail.app, yojimbo, netnewswire, pukka, delicious, urls, web archives, tags, applescript
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