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Summary: per-feed or per-folder priority and listing settings
AssignedTo: akregator-devel lists sourceforge net
ReportedBy: mh+kde-bugs zugschlus de
Version: 1.0-beta8 (using KDE 3.3.2, (3.1))
Compiler: gcc version 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-6)
OS: Linux (i686) release 2.6.10-scyw00225
I have a folder of high priority feeds (such as security notifications) and a folder of lesser priority feeds (new software versions being released etc).
Both groups show up in the KDE tray with the same "priority", so I frequently open akregator to find that a new minor version of some unimportant software that I do not even use has been released.
A solution to this issue would be to assign a "priority" to a feed which is then multiplied into the number of articles being shown in the tray icon. A priority of 0.1 in a feed would add "1" to the number in the tray icon if there are ten unread articles, and a priority of 0 in a feed would prevent new articles in a feed from being shown in the tray at all. A default of 1 would imply no change in the behavior.
Setting a priority on a feed folder would apply as a default to all feeds in the folder which do not have their own priority set.
Please consider adding this feature to a future version of akregator.