[Web4lib] Software to run an "internal" bloglines-like servic e?
Lewandowski, Randy R.
rlewandowski at bsu.edu
Thu Jul 21 12:53:37 EDT 2005
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Though not a solution, but if you are thinking of including RSS/Atom
in pages or thinking of building your own web aggregator then you
might look at Magpie RSS. It's really just a parser, nothing more, but
I've found it useful in many projects.
On 7/18/05, Leo Robert Klein <leo at leoklein.com> wrote:
> Mark Jordan wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 18, 2005 at 05:03:48PM -0400, Bobb Menk wrote:
> >>I also got some pointers to the aggregator module in Drupal at
> >>http://drupal.org/node/21963 which is PHP/MySql based.
> > Currently the aggregator in drupal doesn't support Atom so you have
to run those feeds through a service or script to convert
> > them to RSS like the one at http://cavedoni.com/2004/02/rss1
> > Mark
> If converting to RSS from Atom is a problem, you might want to try
> Feedburner: http://www.feedburner.com/
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