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Historically based Real Time Strategy game focusing on the years 500 B.C. to 500 A.D. In short, it is a war/economy strategy game allowing you to recreate or rewrite the ancient history of western civilisations.
This is a tool to make backups of Blogs from Blogger, Roller, etc. which use the feeds mechanism to get the entries. Currently supported blog hosts include Blogger(Blogspot), Roller. Metaweblog API is currently not implemented, but shall be available in the upcoming version.
Rome is an open source RSS/Atom feed parser generator. Rome modules are used to add an extended set of elements to an your RSS or Atom feed (at the feed or entry level). Many custom modules for popular data formats have been created (e.g. iTunes Podcasting, GeoRSS, etc) enabling Rome to both ... [More]
A set of scripts using Rome and Groovy to do RSS or ATOM aggregation. This might expand to mashing in other data sources, later. The style is sort of like planetplanet, but more like what I thought planetplanet was supposed to be rather than what it turned out to be. It supports multiple ... [More]
Java metadata harvester used by the Folksemantic tools developed at the Center for Open Sustainable Learning at Utah State University. Utilizes the ROME library to support harvesting the various flavors of RSS. It includes extensions for harvesting metadata from the NSDL OAI server. It also supports harvesting microformats from web pages.
romeFeeder is a processing library that facilitates the management of syndicated feeds. It is built upon the ROME library, which provides the tools for parsing, generating and publishing RSS and Atom feeds. romeFeeder allows to easily load, access and update the entries of one or multiple feeds, and ... [More]
This project powers http://revetkn.com. The site pulls in JRoller and Flickr feeds, caches them with EHCache, and displays them to users. The backend is written using Spring and the web frontend is Spring MVC using JSP and Tiles.