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godsfriend
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Posted at: 2010-04-14, 07:21

Hi,

Is there an RSS feed for widelands, that I could use for RSS News software? I was searching in the Forum, but I didn't findt anything. May be I did not take enought time to do this, or I have to look in an other place. If it is like this, then please forgive me face-grin.png

Greetings godsfriend


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Posted at: 2010-04-14, 13:16

There most certainly are rss feeds here. Available for the forums, wiki and news. Depending on what browser you use, you should see an rss icon somewhere.


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Posted at: 2010-04-14, 16:16

Thanks for your answer. But I can't find the rss icon. Where should it be? I'm useing Firefox 3.5.8 and Ubuntu 9.10.


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Posted at: 2010-04-14, 17:46

In the address bar, to the right.

Here are a few of those:

News: http://wl.widelands.org/feeds/news/

Forums - posts: http://wl.widelands.org/forum/feeds/posts/

Forums - topics: http://wl.widelands.org/forum/feeds/topics/

Wiki - History (atom): http://wl.widelands.org/wiki/feeds/atom/

Wiki - History (rss): http://wl.widelands.org/wiki/feeds/rss/


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Posted at: 2010-04-15, 05:11

thank you


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Posted at: 2011-11-20, 11:10

Please forgive me to warm up this old topic, but i miss an RSS feed for new versions.

I have an old PC with Windows 7 for testing the bzr-Releases made by Tino. Yesterday i played 6104, than i saw 6105 and at the evening the 6107-version was on the side. It would be much easier if this version where posted on the news feed OR created a extra feed for the release of the new Windows/Linux version. Sure i'm not the only one who is surprised over the fast development... Generally a Release Schedule (e. g. every friday evening/saturday morning) for the Windows users would make life much easier.

BTW: For this reason i installed Windows 7 side by side with Linux to test the new Widelands-Versions. ;-) I have not the time to compile every version for a quick game...

Thanks very much for Tino for his versions!

LAZA


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hjd
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Posted at: 2011-11-20, 12:02

LAZA: If you compile yourself, Launchpad offers a feed for when trunk is updated here http://feeds.launchpad.net/~widelands-dev/widelands/trunk/branch.atom (available from https://code.launchpad.net/~widelands-dev/widelands/trunk in your favorite web browser). Though, personally I just do "bzr pull" and check if there is any new updates available before starting a new game.

For the development builds I am not sure. I gather the PPA for Ubuntu has feeds, but I am not sure about the rest which is mostly just volunteers putting up their builds. (Which is awesome by the way face-smile.png )


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