Re: RSS in Hoary
Wed, 13 Jul 2005 15:26:08 -0700
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Michael R Head writes:
> On Wed, 2005-07-13 at 06:37 -0400, macewan wrote:
> > http://sage.mozdev.org/
> > Sage, the Firefox RSS extension, works well as a quick and easy RSS
> > reader. One of the nice features is that can scan a site that you are
> > reading to locate the RSS feed address and automaticly add the link.
> > I've used Blam!, Straw and Liferea - no real complaints.
> Liferea's been my choice since Straw broke (at some point in the past).
> I've also just started to play with Yarssr
> [ http://packages.ubuntu.com/hoary/net/yarssr ]. It seems to be nice for
> some types of feeds (like slashdot) where you don't necessarily want to
> read the content inside the rss reader.
Just to second the Liferea recommendation -- I too switched from Straw and
find it excellent (apart from it leaking memory slowly, requiring periodic
restarts once every few days).
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