|Authors:||Aaron Swartz, Dean Jackson, Brian Lalor, Joey Hess, Matej Cepl, Martin ‘Joey’ Schulze, Marcel Ackermann, Lindsey Smith, Erik Hetzner, François Boulogne|
|Source code:||github.com project|
|Generated:||November 18, 2012|
FeedMyEmails sends RSS feeds by email. It is a fork of rss2email (v2.71).
I was not happy with rss2email because of the user interface and the coding style. The way it is designed does not correspond to what I consider to be good practices. Since it is used by many people, I thought it is worth to refactor the code and enhance the usability.
There is plenty of softwares to manage RSS feeds. On one side, you can find desktop applications. Installed on desktop computer, you could not share easily your feeds on different computers and you download them only when you are on-line. If your are off-line for a while, you may miss some feeds. On the other side, there is online applications. Some of them can compromize your privacy, and it might not be convenient to connect to an extra website to check your feeds.
FeedMyEmails * can be installed on a server * is lightweight * easy to manage * Everywhere you can read your emails, you can read your feeds * It is synchronized between computers if you have an imap account
Print help message:
Run FeedMyEmails, i.e. process and send feeds.
Without any option, it prints warnings and errors in a log file located in .feedmyemails directory and the log files are rotated every day.
Debug mode (Very high verbosity):