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more gnus rss goodness

When somebody has a Good Idea, people rush to implement and reimplmement it under every platform known to man - look at that Bayesian spam filtering thing, for instance. Another example is Mark Pilgrim's "Ultra-Liberal RSS Locator", which now has a Gnus "port" courtesy of Mark A. Hershberger. Nice work, dude !

If you happen to be running it under XEmacs, you'll probably need to grab the url (and maybe also w3) packages from CVS - the XEmacs-packaged ones are a bit old (you'll get an error about not having a function called url-retrieve-synchronously).

It's been ages since I hacked up anything in Emacs-Lisp, but I suppose I haven't had that kind of itch to scratch, lately.

* 00:01 * geek