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Really Simple Syndication or RDF Site Summary. RSS (RDF Site Summary) is a standard used for retrieving and aggregating updates to websites. This has many uses, such as quickly getting notifications on new blog posts, news articles, etc. as they come out from sites of your choice. "Atom" is a similar and newer standard for the same purpose, sites may support one or both.
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"RSS is a format for syndicating news and the content of news-like sites, including major news sites like Wired, news-oriented community sites like Slashdot, and personal weblogs." - Mark Pilgrim Atom and RSS feeds are generally loaded into "reader" applications which make them comprehensible for humans, many of which are free software and available in the Debian repositories.
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See http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/12/18/dive-into-xml.html and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Really_Simple_Syndication for more information. <<TableOfContents(3)>>
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 * You can use [[https://addons.mozilla.org/extensions/showlist.php?application=firefox&numpg=10&category=News%20Reading|Firefox extensions]] to read RSS and Atom news.  * You can use [[https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?category=feeds-news-blogging&sort=recommended%2Cusers&type=extension|Firefox extensions]] to read RSS and Atom news.
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[[Liferea]] is the Linux feed reader. You can install it typing:
[[DebianPkg:Liferea]] is a GTK3 reader for Atom and RSS feeds that generally works well as a desktop-agnostic solution. You can either find it in your desktop's software center of choice or install it through your terminal by typing:
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apt-get update
apt-ge
t install liferea
apt install liferea
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And run it typing:  * http://lzone.de/liferea/ - Official website.

=== Feedreader ===

[[DebianPkg:Feedreader]] is a GTK3 reader for Atom and RSS feeds built to integrate best into a [[DebianWiki:GNOME]] desktop, by means of using CSD titlebars and other GNOME libraries. You can either find it in your desktop's software center of choice or install it through your terminal by typing:
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 /usr/bin/liferea apt install feedreader
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in a [[terminal]] or choosing it from Menu->Internet

 *http://lzone.de/liferea/ : official website.
 * https://jangernert.github.io/FeedReader/ - Official website.
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[[Akregator]] is the KDE RSS Feed Reader. You can install it typing: [[DebianPkg:Akregator]] is an Atom and RSS reader developed by the [[DebianWiki:KDE]] project, and an ideal alternative for those running KDE Plasma or another Qt-based desktop in order to get better integration.
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You can either find it in your desktop's software center of choice or install it through your terminal by typing:
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apt-get update
apt-ge
t install akregator
apt install akregator
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And run it typing:  * https://userbase.kde.org/Akregator - Official website.

=== Newsboat ===

[[DebianPkg:Newsboat]] is an Atom and RSS reader for the terminal, similar in design to [[DebianWiki:Mutt]]. It's a universal and featureful client that's a perfect fit for those that don't use a desktop or that prefer the asceticism of the console.

You can install it through your terminal by typing:
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 /usr/bin/akregator apt install newsboat
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in a [[terminal]] or choosing it from Menu->Internet

 *https://userbase.kde.org/Akregator : official website.
* https://www.newsboat.org/ - Official website.

Translation(s): English - Italiano


NewsAggregator


RSS (RDF Site Summary) is a standard used for retrieving and aggregating updates to websites. This has many uses, such as quickly getting notifications on new blog posts, news articles, etc. as they come out from sites of your choice. "Atom" is a similar and newer standard for the same purpose, sites may support one or both.

Atom and RSS feeds are generally loaded into "reader" applications which make them comprehensible for humans, many of which are free software and available in the Debian repositories.

Mozilla

Liferea

Liferea is a GTK3 reader for Atom and RSS feeds that generally works well as a desktop-agnostic solution. You can either find it in your desktop's software center of choice or install it through your terminal by typing:

apt install liferea

Feedreader

Feedreader is a GTK3 reader for Atom and RSS feeds built to integrate best into a GNOME desktop, by means of using CSD titlebars and other GNOME libraries. You can either find it in your desktop's software center of choice or install it through your terminal by typing:

apt install feedreader

Akregator

Akregator is an Atom and RSS reader developed by the KDE project, and an ideal alternative for those running KDE Plasma or another Qt-based desktop in order to get better integration.

You can either find it in your desktop's software center of choice or install it through your terminal by typing:

apt install akregator

Newsboat

Newsboat is an Atom and RSS reader for the terminal, similar in design to Mutt. It's a universal and featureful client that's a perfect fit for those that don't use a desktop or that prefer the asceticism of the console.

You can install it through your terminal by typing:

apt install newsboat

* https://www.newsboat.org/ - Official website.