3347RE: [AM] FW: [scrumdevelopment] Anyone familiar with RSS feeds?
- Apr 22, 2004Some general info on RSS, for those wondering about this thread:
(I'm not an expert, just an information collector at this point :-)
Some of you may know Micheal Herman of Chicago. I believe he facilitated the
OpenSpace portions of XP-Agile Universe the last two years. He recommends
RSS as a way to add "push" to Wikis. Michael uses a free news aggregator
client (http://www.ourpla.net/cgi/pikie?RssReaders) to keep up with all the
RSS feeds he subscribes to, including Blogs, Wikis, Sites, and Yahoo Groups
(Note: yahoo group's archive has to be public.) You can even use BlogLines
to keep track of email accounts! all in one place!
Ex: you can add scrumdevelopment yahoo group to your reader by subscribing
to this url:
Also, there's this one that is very germane to this particular thread:
This latter includes a post about an online course in May on RSS.
Doing your own research?
Michael's blog on RSS is at: (search for RSS on the page...)
follow the link to the Christian Science Monitor page, he says its a great
resource on RSS.
Another page all about RSS:
I wish all the wikis I use were RSS-ready - I wouldn't miss great
collaboration opportunities because I forget to troll in Recent Changes.
From: Michael Vizdos [mailto:michael.vizdos@...]
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2004 5:48 PM
Subject: [AM] FW: [scrumdevelopment] Anyone familiar with RSS feeds?
A response from the Scrum group (wanted to cross post the feedback)....
There is some good information here. Again, the goal is to see if there are
alternative ways to open communications between all of us.
- mike v.
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