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Feed Launch .NET is an open-source feed creator for both RSS 2.0 and ATOM 1.0 Feeds. A clean gui interface makes feed creation intuitive. Preview your Feeds or save them on your hard disk. Upload feature via FTP is integrated directly into the application.
rss2email is a free tool for delivering news from RSS feeds to your email program that works under Windows and UNIX, including Linux, Mac OS X, BSD and CentOS.
Raggle is a console RSS aggregator, written in Ruby. Features include customizable keybindings, basic HTML rendering, HTTP proxy support, OPML import/export, themes, support for various versions of RSS, Screen support. browser auto-detection, and more. Raggle has been tested under Linux, FreeBSD ... [More]
Open-source version of the Fastladder is a server-based RSS reader. It is able to handle not only RSS feeds on the Internet but also those of on the Intranet since it can be installed and used on local servers. Those who just want to try it, or currently don't need a capability to handle RSS ... [More]
Pez (Personal Zeitgeist) provides a simple homepage profile for people who use many external websites and want to aggregate them all in one place. Essentially it is a personal RSS aggregator, utilizing microformats to mark-up your profile data.
SFeed is an RSS and Atom feed reader, with extensive support for searching the archive of feed entries. It is written in python, using the Xapian search engine, the Storm ORM, and Mark Pilgrim's feedparser module.
This plugin adds RSS Feeds support for evolution mail. RSS support was built upon the somewhat existing RSS support in evolution-1.4 branch. The motivation behind this was to have RSS in same place as mails, at this moment I do not see the point having a separate RSS reader since a RSS Article is ... [More]
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