From: Steve Westfall <gothink1@ma...> - 2007-10-31 19:51:21
I use Akregator to sift my many many feeds located here in realtime,
The one feature I wish so much for is to be able to create a feed from
I am willing to beta test any new features or try something you may need.
Thanks for the application, it is great
From: Frank Osterfeld <frank.osterfeld@gm...> - 2007-10-31 20:26:37
On Wednesday 31 October 2007 21:51:37 Steve Westfall wrote:
> Dear Akregator,
> I use Akregator to sift my many many feeds located here in realtime,
> The one feature I wish so much for is to be able to create a feed from
> feed items.
Do you mean by that local "search feeds" filtering matching items from other
feeds (e.g. a feed showing "All items in Folder "News" containing "KDE"), or
the possibility to export (and share) items as RSS/Atom ?
> I am willing to beta test any new features or try something you may need.
I'm glad you like Akregator. The current development version is in KDE SVN
trunk, to be released as part of KDE4. Akregator in trunk is unfortunately
majorly broken - which is known - thus currently it needs hands to fix it
rather than testers (who could only state the obvious) ;)
Many other parts of KDE4 already can use good testing though (I'd say the more
stable and "finished" some application seems to be, the more useful user bug
reports are at this state of KDE4), so feel free to give it a try - either
building SVN or using Beta4 packages.
If you want to try Akregator development versions, I suggest to wait until you
use KDE4 as your desktop and then maybe give kdepim/Akregator from SVN a try.