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RSS feed on the website

For people who want to follow the development of Resonic, an RSS feed on the website could be cool :)

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Re: RSS feed on the website

ExtremRaym wrote:For people who want to follow the development of Resonic, an RSS feed on the website could be cool :)
The website feeds the news off the Facebook page, which is currently the main source for updates (besides Twitter).

www.facebook.com/resonicplayer
www.twitter.com/resonicplayer
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Re: RSS feed on the website

I currently don't have facebook or twitter. =/

but because of auto-update future feature, RSS feed is not indispensable.

but very cool anyway :P

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ExtremRaym wrote:I currently don't have facebook or twitter.
Neither do I, and I refuse to EVER give my information to the first. I also don't see a point in me getting a twitter account.
ExtremRaym wrote:but because of auto-update future feature, RSS feed is not indispensable.
RSS is an awesome feature... Very powerful if done right.
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Re: RSS feed on the website

Absolutely :D

and it's pretty easy to implement, just a <link rel="..."> in the html code and a basic XML file wich can be hand coded :)

Best for admins if it's auto generated via CMS functionnality, of course :P

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Re: RSS feed on the website

You can access the Resonic page news RSS via http://rss.resonic.at - or use RSS auto-discovery on http://www.resonic.at
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Re: RSS feed on the website

Oh awesome !!

Thank you :)

I should have know that there is a trick to have the rss feed of a facebook page.

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You're welcome!
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Nice, thanks.
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