Forum: Ruby Looking for a good web-based feed aggregator

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Bbd147034f04bc4f8f3c3652cd2a2194?d=identicon&s=25 Francis Hwang (Guest)
on 2006-02-03 03:11
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Hi kids,

I'm looking to install a web-based RSS & Atom aggregator for a project
I'm doing in March. The ideal system would meet a few requirements,
though of course I've got plenty of time to bang around under the hood
and add what's missing:

* easy to customize the design
* supports both RSS & Atom
* full browseable archives

There appear to be two such projects on Rubyforge that are fairly
mature--rubric & rPlanet--but I don't think they meet all these
features, and at any rate I'd love to hear from their developers or
from people who've tried to use them. There's also FeedOnFeeds, and I
have some experience working with it after doing a wierd multi-user
ReBlog install last year, but it's (shudder) PHP.

Any input would be welcome. Thanks!

f.
E29eaefee1709918198c8a4f55c42667?d=identicon&s=25 anne001 (Guest)
on 2006-02-03 03:50
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make it with rails? rails accepts xml and can parse
04d072ab8843cfd3d1714faf3a2a0fb2?d=identicon&s=25 mathew (Guest)
on 2006-02-03 05:45
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anne001 wrote:
> make it with rails? rails accepts xml and can parse

There's my Syndication module, on RubyForge, which parses both RSS and
Atom into handy Ruby objects...


mathew
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