On 06/16/2009 01:39 AM, Ricky Zhou wrote:
I think that these are good ideas - although they take the site away from being the "statically generated html page on a cron job" snapshot of the Fedora blogverse that a Planet Planet-powered "site" (actually is just a page) fundamentally is.On 2009-06-15 05:22:35 PM, Jeroen van Meeuwen wrote:Then setup an rss feed reader. Liferea, google reader, etc, etc. They allhave a search feature.Thunderbird has one, too, in case you want to take this offline.To add to the list of tips, I have rss2email setup for Fedora Planet, so I get all posts via email and can keep a full history since I started :-) Thanks, Ricky
The responses I've read so far have not been about the Fedora Planet site, but rather about client configuration. There is a difference.
If we were to put this kind of functionality on the site then it would be available to everyone, all the time, with no client-side configuration.
It would be a community service.
It depends on who which audience(s) we want to serve.
Technically capable people can roll their own functionality using any number of applications or web services. Not so technically-savvy people, or people who are "just passing by" are not going to do that.
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