These are Web/media mentions of xml3k tools. Avoid mentions that don't add new info, e.g. a mirroring of existing resources. But if something indicates someone or some project is using an xml3k, even fleetingly, it's worth adding.
"Example and lessons learned: parsing SPARQL in RDFLib" - "The ParseTracer class allows you to create such an XML parse trace; it currently depends on 4Suite for XML processing..."
"RSS and Atom Feeds Tricks: Gathering Tools" - Uses 4Suite as a key tool, though an older version
"Why .NET Programmers Should Care About Python" - Nice Amara tutorial
"Scraping - a PHP and Amara example side by side
"Amara" por fin en Debian - The inception of "apt-get install python-amara"...
"Extract] - "I was installing Amara which I have been using for some XML handling. Installing it for python 2.5 on my host prompted the install of python-dateutil as a dependency...."
"Simple] - "I was so happy when I first found Amara. It was the easiest thing I had seen for creating XML with Python. It’s quite serious stuff because it can probably handle just about anything you throw at it...."
"Getting] - grudging nod to 4Suite while praising lxml
http://tuxpython.blogspot.com/2008/08/generates-doc-from-tutorial.html - some sample code using minidom and 4Suite-XML
http://www.lrfz.com/2008/08/html-parser.html - an idea about using html5parser as a 4suite preprocessor
"Using] -- apparently 4Suite is one of the prerequisite modules
"Web] - includes 4Suite under "Discontinued/Inactive Frameworks". Fair enough. We should ping them when Akara Enterprise takes the stage.
"Templating] - a templating approach using 4Suite XPath. Could probably benefit from Amara 2 kekule
"Rewriting] - "I managed to write a basic XML parser for PyContainer's XML format using the awesome amara XML toolkit (http://uche.ogbuji.net/tech/4suite/amara/, http://uche.ogbuji.net/tech/4suite/etc/amara-manual.html). It took me about one hour to have almost the whole schema parsed. Iterating through component entries and properties was easy![...] Uche, that is one wicked API! If any of you are looking for XML support on your python project, this is it. "
http://praveensunsetpoint.wordpress.com/2008/10/01/zope-xml-methods/ - article and HOWTO on ZOPE XML Methods, which includes a lot of info about using 4Suite with Zope
Note: Uche also tracks sightings as he comes across them in his friendfeed