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Planet ML

November 30th, 2009
python, rss  [html]
I got annoyed at google reader and was about to write my own rss aggregator, when I thought "that's stupid, there are so many that someone must have written one you like". I look, I find Planet, I install it on sccs, and it is up. The only tricky bit it when to update. Currently it is set to update automatically whenever I update my news page and I can run it manually any time. I think this is reasonable. Update 2010-08-03: I've disabled Planet ML because I was never looking at it, primarily because I've gotten used to google reader.

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