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RSS Feed for tuxmachines.org?

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Hi,

I'm a big fan of this site, and I was wondering if there is an RSS feed. I've looked around and can't find one, I would like to read the news posts on my rss reader. Any xml address I can copy and paste? Thanks.

Arthur

re: RSS Feed

Yes, there is. Of course we'd rather you came and visited in person, but yes, many subscribe to the rss of the entire site while others subscribe to just a portion, either a topic or a certain blog.

There is a little icon in the corner of Konqueror browser frame that if you right click it will add it to your Kontact feeds. In mozilla/ff/flock there should be a rss symbol in the addy field. For all other purposes here's the addy:

http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/feed

And thanks for your kind words. Smile

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