Cool online feed aggregator

I got an email this morning from a Tom Atkins. Tom had read about my various issues with FeedLounge and trying to sort out an online RSS Feed aggregator so I can keep my feeds synched across computers. Tom suggested I have a look at an online RSS Feeds aggregator called Gregarius and I did and I have to say I am impressed with it!

Gregarius is designed to run on your web server, allowing you to access your feeds from wherever you want. It is free, open source, web standards compliant (renders XHTML/CSS), supports OPML, has tagging, full text search and is full of AJAXy goodness(!).

What more could you want?

Thanks Tom.

5 thoughts on “Cool online feed aggregator”

  1. Have you tried it yet?
    The only issues I keep running into with the various aggregators is that they have issues with some people’s RSS or certain characters if not properly encoded, which leads to interesting “breakage”.

  2. I have tried it Michele and I haven’t had any issues importing my substantial opml file – feedlounge had serious issues with the same file.



  3. Glad you like it Tom – and thanks for the kind acknowledgements. I’ve now set mine up with a Cron job so that it updates at certain key times of the day. This has the nice side effect that I’m not so tempted to recheck it every 10 minutes to see if there’s some new news – and instead I get on with some work until 1pm when I allow myself a bit of news time! (Of course, as you know, it can be manually refreshed.)

    It’s good to be in control! (Well sort of anyway…)

  4. This is my baby. Headlines only, no extract; limited to sites of my choosing; and limited to sites that don’t JS-bump when they’re framed; but I still kinda like it. One of these days I’ll actually get registration working, and let people load their own feeds. 🙂

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