feedzeo - RSS/RDF/Atom feed aggregator cum reader

Monday, December 25, 2006

Feedzeo v1.1 beta is out!!!

Its been sometime since I updated this blog. Here we go!

Feedzeo has undergone some major changes in terms of Web client and the
server now supports OPML (v1.1) import.

The Web client now uses a tree based interface (which is more scalable).

So check it out for yourself - Download Feedzeo v1.1 !

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Feedzeo v1.0.1 beta for Windows and Linux released!

I have just now posted Feedzeo v1.0.1 beta for both Windows and
Linux platforms.
So, all you Linux users, get set and give it a try!
For windows users, you have some improvements to cheer about.

What's new in Feedzeo v1.0.1 beta
- Support for linux version
- New uniform set of icons
- Now watch videos in video blogs or hear to audio podcasts from browser itself
- Minor GUI enchancements to Server and Client
- Bug fixes

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Feedzeo for Linux - Coming Soon!

Feedzeo for Linux is almost ready and a beta version will be available for download shortly.
It has been tested on Fedora core 3 with Gnome v2.8.
Stay tuned!

Google caught up with feedzeo

Last time around a google search for feedzeo did not throw up anything. Since then google has caught up, and a search for keyword 'feedzeo' throws up a few links :-) :

Google search for feedzeo

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Feedzeo has arrived !!

This the first post for feedzeo as well as for me. Feedzeo is the outcome of over an year of effort spent over the weekends to create a unique RSS/RDF/Atom feed aggregator cum reader. Feedzeo v 1.0 beta has been released on sourceforge.net under LGPL license.

The only major requirement to run feedzeo is that you need atleast JRE 1.4 or above installed on your system.
Check out : http://sourceforge.net/projects/feedzeo and try it today!
Please let me know how did you feel about it. Was it useful to you ? What features you liked the most and what you would like to see in the future.

I will be posting about each of the features in the coming days and weeks. Till then happy aggregation!!
Right now, google search on feedzeo doesn't give anything, but I hope google will catch up soon.