Category: Aquaintances

It’s Been a while since the first one, so some updates. Operating System Home is Windows duel booting with Ubuntu, mostly in Windows since the main use for the machine is Games and Web, and since Web is Firefox, Windows…

It works. Well, it takes a list of feeds, downloads them and displays the content, and doesn’t crash anymore. Now to make it do interesting stuff. It looks like this currently. It defaults to showing the full article in the…

Aquaintances 2 is an XML Feed reader for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Apple OSX. It will support baysian filtering of posts – meaning posts you are more interested in will float to the top of your reading lists – as…

Aquaintances now exports a valid OPML file. This was far more work than it needed to be, because I have been unable to find a reference for a valid OPML file anywhere, blo.gs OPML files got imported by Dave’s Wonderful…

Some modifications to my blogroll system. The old blogroll was hopelessly out of date. The new one (Which you can get by clicking “Toggle Blogroll” on the front page, right side) is generated on the fly from Aquaintances’ list of…

Lack of entries, you may have noticed. Apologies for that, but I’m a little harrased. Mostly because of the standard First Month Of Job stuff (That I have to pay rent etc. as well as travelling costs from my non-existant…

No entries recently. Nothing happening. Still no interviews. Though I managed to hit DitM with the return post. Talking of which, Aquaintances got updated with what Mark was talking about yesterday when I wrote strip_evil() (raw) and will safely strip…

Aquaintances now works, but there are a couple of things it doesn’t handle well, and I’d like to make it handle better. Edits A downside of storing articles as checksums of the content is that if an article is edited,…

I need to save a list into a tab-deliminated text-file. (Mark’s RSSParser sends me the last-modified of the feed as a list which I need to save to the config file so I can recall it when I next run…

I’ve written an RSS aggregator. Go me. As a first time python/PHP project, it’s really simple, Mark’s RSS Parser does all the work, and my junior Python puts it into a directory structure which is then read by a PHP…