JRobb: "I am proud to announce the launch of Frontier 9."
Based on a feature request by Mark Pilgrim, I designed my first RSS module today, called blogChannel. It was fun. Scripting News already supports it.
It feels good to get approval. Thanks Sam.
Daypop: "It turns out Daypop is out of disk space."
Don Park: "I am for open source, but I am against wholesale adoption of free software because I believe it harms the health of software industry."
How to ruin your life in one email.
Michel Vuijlsteke: "And the hits started rolling in."
Brent Simmons: "For RSS adoption to continue, stability is important. Developers should not spend their time scrambling to support new specs: they should spend their time building better apps." Exactly.
Aggie is the first aggregator to support RSS 2.0.
Mikel Maron: "With this tool, the Radio Community Server can act as a RSS Cache for Radio Userland Aggregators."
With almost 2.5 million page reads in the last year, Scripting News would not qualify for the small-flow categories in the Online Journalism Awards. Their cutoff is 200,000 visits per month. We did more than that.
Sean Gallagher: "Detroit is a city that looks like you might expect a city to look after a neutron bomb went off in it; most of the buildings are still standing, but the people are gone."
The NY Times reports that there's a move to push Steve Case out as chairman of AOL-Time-Warner; and that Charles Simonyi, an early Microsoft employee, has left to start a new software company.
Discourse in the RSS community has reached new lows, but none of this means that RSS 2.0 will be delayed by even one moment.
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