The excellent BDD framework RSpec has been very active these days, and the 1.0 version was immediatly followed by minor uptates. As their web site seems to not contain a blog or RSS feed, I have used the excellent idea and tool page2rss.com to generate a RSS feed on changes from the
To receive updates for this page in RSS format copy-paste this link (http://page2rss.com/page/rss?url=rspec.rubyforge.org/changes.html) into your feed reader.
If you use one of the following reader, just click to the link to subscribe to Feed:
If you are using netvibes, you can add it by cliking on
Otherwise, here are 2 screenshots to give you a ruff idea:
The different modules (RSS and links):
If you want to suggest more, please contact me ;-)
Netvibes has a new feature which allow to preview web sites without leaving the netvibes window. Just clik on the right hand corner button: "Show website". Doing this, I can skim first through the titles and then preview the web sites to read the details of each post: so cool!
Don't wait, install netvibes now!
The RSS for the user & developpers' list comes from nabble.com
Before finding out about nabble, I have been trying for the first time Yahoo!pipes and I have to say I love it!!! I have a feeling it's going to be one of my favourite gadget. It is a very user friendly tool with a fantastic user interface, it took me 45 minutes to write the pipe which generates the url http://page2rss.com/page/atom?url=rubyforge.org/pipermail/rspec-devel/2007-June/thread.html
from today's date. The only issue was that Yahoo!pipes truncated the post content because the RSS generated by the page2rss.com did not give a title to the posts ...
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