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Post by Krekola » 19 Jul 2005, 18:12

Hey.. i like the new design of the site. :)
But i would like to have an RSS-feed for all the news!
can anyone fix one ?
i dont want to visit the site just to see if there is a new release or not.. :oops:

and if u dont know what it is, heres some links:
http://www.mnot.net/rss/tutorial/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_(protocol)
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Post by Bjørn » 21 Jul 2005, 01:35

There is a new release every month, and you can see there planned dates on the Roadmap page of the wiki.

If you want to be actually notified you can subscribe to either the SourceForge project or the FreshMeat project I think.
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Post by i » 21 Jul 2005, 06:25

Well I think that RSS Feed could be nice addon to site.
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Post by Rotonen » 21 Jul 2005, 11:06

Yeah, a nifty feature, but with the current dataflow, would that really be necessary..?
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Post by ktm » 21 Jul 2005, 17:30

to stop the whining, you could simply set up a cron job to echo, like "%date% - new tmv version released" to the end of the file on a monthly base :wink:
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Post by Krekola » 23 Jul 2005, 15:43

ktm wrote:to stop the whining, you could simply set up a cron job to echo, like "%date% - new tmv version released" to the end of the file on a monthly base :wink:
thats just stupid :P

but why not just set up a daily cronjob that generates an RSS-file based on the latest 10 posts in the news-db ? it realy shouldn't be hard to do ?
but yeah.. i guess its not a highpriority-feature :cry:
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Post by Techsetsu » 05 Jan 2006, 01:55

I think an RSS feed would be a great idea as well because you could embed it into homepages like netvibes and my yahoo or use them in feed reading apps that have pop-ups when something new has been added to the feed.
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Post by Tenche » 05 Jan 2006, 02:16

i want it as my apple RSS news screensaver but with your news :)
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Post by avega » 10 Nov 2006, 16:45

Feed Editor - is very userful tool for making feeds... Feed Mix - for re-mixing feeds...

YeahReader - cool free RSS reader.
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