The idea is to take your common every-day feed readers that pull RSS, ATOM,
OPML or whatever else from the internet, and combine their information. To this, we come up with a
- Ability to Synchronize Read status of News Items
- Ability to Synchronize “Star” (or “Important”) status of News Items
to Synchronize Folders for News Items
- Ability to add/remove/edit a Feed Subscription
(including setting an alias for the feed)
- Ability to Synchronize “Tags”
This would allow us to do with RSS feeds what we do with email when we use IMAP.
like Google’s “Share” feature could be simplified as a tag “special:share”.
What do you
Yeah! We need that, it would be so convenient!ReplyDelete
suggesting a new web service comprised of servers which would use this protocol and store information about
it's users? How would it authenticate users?
Very cool idea :)ReplyDelete
It might be possible to do this with
Well, positron, it would do it the same way it currently does. If Google was your SFAPReplyDelete
provider, you'd use a log in protocol (just like IMAP and POP, etc.)
Basically, a way
to view your feeds like you can your email (but more fine-tuned for feeds)