I want to create a links directory that is similar to [url removed, login to view] but powered by my [url removed, login to view] account. The links categories on index page are my [url removed, login to view] tags. Each tag links to another page for that tag. This page lists links assigned to that tag with bullet points. If I added a note in [url removed, login to view] it should show up next to the link. Like dmoz.org. Text/link styles determined by simple style sheet. I can specify header and footer files to be included at top and bottom of each page. I want to add a google search bar into the header to make the links searchable. I would like to be able to have the tags displayed as a weighted heat map. See [url removed, login to view], the tag cloud in the sidebar. Tags with more links get bigger and "hotter", tags with less links smaller and "colder". (Borrow code from this plugin [url removed, login to view] perhaps. An option in config to sort cloud by number of links or alphabetically would be a great bonus. I need two special [url removed, login to view] tags that are not listed in the directory but add special qualities to a link. The tags are "bold" and "sticky". If link is tagged "bold" it shows up bold on any page it is listed, if "sticky" then it shows up at the top of any page it is listed (with the ability for there to be more than one "sticky"). Extra credit: The script shows sidebars for "related tags" just like del.icio.us. Make it work with [url removed, login to view] "bundles" as well. A bundle is a grouping of tags. In the case you can figure out how to include bundles, then make this an on or off option in config. It on then at top of first index page is now a list of bundles. Underneath bundles is list of "all tags" as usual. Clicking on a bundle opens a page listing the tags in that bundle. Clicking a tag opens a listing of links in that tag as usual (bonus option of a sidebar on link page listing "part of bundle X").
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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Linux. I would prefer this written in PHP unless a good case can be made otherwise. I'm thinking just a PHP file that I run as a cron job once a day and it will connect with a specified [url removed, login to view] account, rebuild a specified folder of html links (deleting pages if necessary, for example, in the case that I renamed or removed a tag off of [url removed, login to view]). Doesn't need to be full blown php application, but if you feel this is necessary, please allow for search engine friendly URLs.