pyAggr3g470r is a news aggregator with a Web interface. It features the use of a local or remote MongoDB database, article searching, e-mail notification, export of articles to HTML, EPUB, PDF, or raw text, favorite articles, sharing with Diaspora, Google Buzz, Pinboard, delicious, Identi.ca, Digg, reddit, Scoopeo, Blogmarks, and Twitter, and generation of QR codes with URLs of articles.
|Tags||RSS Python feedreader aggregator aggregate news news aggregator|
|Operating Systems||Unix Windows|
|Implementation||CherryPy feedparser mongodb Mako|
The next major release of pyAggr3g470r will use the Mako template library. The source code of pyAggr3g470r will be far more clean than it is now wi...
Release Notes: The code has been tested and ported to Python 3.3.1. Some minor bugs have been fixed, with a lot of improvements concerning the Mako templates, MongoDB database management, and management of exceptions.
Release Notes: This release introduces a reworked management page; it is now possible to change the username and password via this page. Some improvements concerning the HTML export of the database have been made. Finally, indexed MongoDB full text searching provides a much faster search.
Release Notes: pyAggr3g470r is now using the Mako template library. Performance improvements for the MongoDB database have been made, and some minor bugfixes. Stop words (a, of, the, an, for...) are now ignored when calculating top words for the generation of the tag cloud. A new page indicates the list of inactive feeds (with no new published articles since a given number of days).
Release Notes: pyAggr3g470r is now running with Python 3.2(.3). It uses CherryPy 3.2.2, BeautifulSoup4, and feedparser3. Your old MongoDB database can be used without any problem.
Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes and improvements. An authentication screen has been added, which is useful if pyAggr3g470r is running on an EC2 instance, for example.