What happens if too many people start using the 2RSS.com atom converter service (without the cron job script), will it be pulled? Should everyone try to implement the cron job in order to lessen the demands on 2RSS's servers?
At this point, that would be... Radio. Every other major aggregator (NetNewsWire, Bloglines, Feeddemon, Sharpreader, and a myriad of others) supports Atom.
Dave's working on Channel Z, some kind of new content management system, and hasn't to my knowledge done anything with Radio or Manila in a while.
Using 2rss.com's nifty atom-to-rss converter, a ron job, and a shell script, I was able to RSSify a friend's Blogger-powered site in a matter of minutes. You can find the source for the shell script here.
Yes .. 2RSS.com is great. I've been using for about 3 weeks now; placed a number of RSS links there myself and have found dozens of others that are very useful. And the atom-2-rss converter is a life-saver!! Thanks folks at 2RSS.com - great service - keep it up!!
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