Re: Your RSS/RDF/ATOM feeds please!
(also RSS's XProgramming.com articles, more or less.)
For me, XP ain't out there, it's in here. -- Bill Caputo
The Artima "Agile" feel is also a good source of inspiration and links.
It will be interested to see if there is enough Scrum sub-category to
generate it's own group. (Maybe this will be inherant, I'm not very
familier with buzztracker or techonocrati). Awhile back the idea of a
"planet" style aggregator was brought up for Scrum. Glad to see it's
coming to fruition. I gave the planet code a whirl and it was
On 7/31/05, David H. <dmalloc@...> wrote:
> Hello dear community.
> I am learning ruby and that means I need a project to hone my skills.
> I would like to build a mixture of buzztracker.org and technocrati.com
> which is specifically geared to the Agile community.
> You could help me a great deal by supplying me with the URL of your feeds.
> If you have a blog I want it in my database. So far I have only collected:
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