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=== Including Feeds in Wiki ===
The Newsfeed URL of this wiki is: http://wiki.s23.org/wiki.pl?action=rss
[[RSS]]-feeds can be included here using the [[MediawikiExtensions/RSS|RSS extensions]].(<nowiki><rss>URL</rss></nowiki>).
Check on [[Feeds]] and [[RecentChangesOfOurNeighbors]] for feeds already included.
Many other feeds can be found here: http://www.syndic8.com/ - http://www.feedroom.com/rssmain.jsp
* http://tvtrss.sourceforge.net/ Gtk2-[[Perl]] [[BitTorrent|Torrent]] [[RssNewsfeeds|RSS feed]] reader for [[Linux]]
Readers for RSS can be found here: http://blogspace.com/rss/readers
i saw screenshot from a reader called newsmonster (http://newsmonster.org), and by its description it should be one of the best arround, because it can handle so many different plattforms, etc, blabla. ... but i have problems to get it running, did anyone made good experiences with it?
also there is another 'gnome-plattform'-rss-newsreader, called "straw", a python-based reader, wich should be esasily installable by using the apt-get command (debian, unstable). but in my case it was not willing to work either. [xack]
for newsmonster:
- use mozilla-browser_1.4-4.he-1_i386.deb
- install j2re1.4.1 to /usr/local/
- ln -s /usr/local/j2re1.4.1/plugin/i386/mozilla/javaplugin_oji.so /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/,
- start as root: mozilla /tmp/newsmonster-1.2.2-final-1065627885-pro.xpi
use mozilla as user
Regards, HinnerK
An Introduction to RSS Newsfeeds: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss
RSS 2.0 specification: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech
Feeds und Einfuehrung auf deutsch: http://rss-verzeichnis.de/
Hab zwar noch keine richtige Ahnung, wie der Hase lΣuft, aber Quellen k÷nnten vielleicht wichtig sein:
http://polyboy.net/dl/rocker_rss_quellen.tgz , so far xackapfel
For Debian Users : i found "liferea" to be pretty nice. apt-get install liferea
and then there is also "straw" , but it needs a lot more libs to download. both are gnome based, but can of course
be used with other wm's as well.
You can also have RSS-Feeds inside your Jabber client: see: > JabberRss , [[Jabber]]
also see: RssTcl

Latest revision as of 15:24, 1 April 2006

Including Feeds in Wiki[edit]

RSS-feeds can be included here using the RSS extensions.(<rss>URL</rss>).

Check on Feeds and RecentChangesOfOurNeighbors for feeds already included.

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