- Furius Micro Rss
- This is a candidate for deletion: Links broken. No links to page. Email to maintainer broken. Poppy-one (talk) 03:08, 31 July 2018 (EDT) Furius Micro Rss is a small, lightweight and cross platform RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed reader, written in Python using the Gtk tool kit.
- GNUsTicker a GNOME panel applet RSS aggregator. It can feed RSS, RDF, etc. It is an RSS news ticker like the KNewsTicker for KDE, and may be extended for feeding from different sources (an example for a POP3 mail server is provided).
- 'gfeed' is an RSS feed reader for Gtk+ 2.0. It is designed to be a simple yet customizable reader, not an aggregator, which means it can easily integrate into a desktop. Its features include customizable "feed" files that describe a feed, full support for transparency (native to the app) under X.org 6.8 and higher, and automatic updating of feeds based on an interval defined in the feed file.
- Ginger is a news reader for rss news feeds. Once it is hosted in a web server, a user can login and read her news in the web browser.
- multi-user web application
- multiple news feeds per user
- message tagging
- powerful message filtering
- very customizable
- scripting interface
- GNUS (Gnus Network User Services) is an Emacs package primarily designed for reading and posting Usenet news. It can also be used to read and respond to messages from a number of other sources—email, remote directories, digests, and so on. This package provides a full-featured, robust, well-documented mail/news client in Emacs. Gnus is now developed as part of Emacs.
- gup, the Group Update Program, is a Unix mail-server that lets a remote site change their newsgroups subscription without requiring the intervention of the news administrator at the feed site. 'gup' is suited to news administrators that find they are spending an inordinate amount of time editing the INN newsfeeds file on behalf of the remote sites.
- Jakarta FeedParser
- FeedParser is a Java RSS/Atom parser designed to elegantly support all versions of RSS (0.9, 0.91, 0.92, 1.0, and 2.0), Atom 0.5 (and future versions) as well as easy ad hoc extension and RSS 1.0 modules capability. FeedParser was the parser API designed by Kevin Burton for NewsMonster and has been donated to the ASF in order to continue development.
- jugtail is a tool for getting menu information from various gopher servers, acting as a search engine in a specified gopher sub-space. It is a modified version of Jonzy's popular gopher search tool.
- Leafnode is a news server designed for small sites, with a few tens of readers and only a slow link to the net. It uses very little disk space and bandwidth compared to other servers, is easily configured and maintained, and tries very hard to recover automatically from error situations. Each article is stored in a separate file. There are six programs, three essential and several add-ons. The essentials are leafnode (NNTP server-- talks to news clients and stores readership data); fetchnews (NNTP news-gatherer-- looks at stored readership data and selects groups to pull news from); and texpire, which deletes old and uninteresting news. Add-ons are applyfilter (deletes articles fitting a certain pattern); checkgroups (inserts newsgroup titles into the database; newsq (shows which news are waiting to be transferred to your upstream server).
- Lemmy is similar to sites like Reddit, Lobste.rs, Raddle, or Hacker News: you subscribe to forums you're interested in, post links and discussions, then vote, and comment on them. Behind the scenes, it is very different; anyone can easily run a server, and all these servers are federated (think email), and connected to the same universe, called the Fediverse. For a link aggregator, this means a user registered on one server can subscribe to forums on any other server, and can have discussions with users registered elsewhere. The overall goal is to create an easily self-hostable, decentralized alternative to reddit and other link aggregators, outside of their corporate control and meddling. Each lemmy server can set its own moderation policy; appointing site-wide admins, and community moderators to keep out the trolls, and foster a healthy, non-toxic environment where all can feel comfortable contributing.
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