[prssr-devel-ml] Re: pRSSreader 1.3.2--Requests

  • From: David Andrs <andrsd@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2006 13:03:45 +0200

Christopher Greeley wrote:
> There are two things which would make this RULE!
> 
> 1) Be able to add a limited number of feeds from a .opml file on the PocketPC 
> without adding all of the sites.  I have 60-70 feeds on my desktop saved to 
> an .opml file.  I would like to follow only 20 of them.  I have to import the 
> entire .opml file and then remove the ones I do not need.  NewsBreaker allows 
> you to choose which feeds from the .opml file you'd like to add to the 
> reader.  If I update my desktop reader and update the .opml file.  When I 
> transfer the .opml file to my PockerPC, I have to import my entire list and 
> remove the ones I don't want, just to add one.
Put in on my TODO list.

> 
> 2) Be able to lock an item for later reading.  Now when I update my feed, all 
> old feeds get removed.  FeederReader allows a locking of a feed to keep it in 
> the feed even if the feed is updated and the item would be removed.
Already on my TODO list :)

> 
> 3) while I'm making requests, it would be nice to be able to actually delete 
> items from a feed.  Some feeds keep 60, 70 or 80 items alive.  It would be 
> nice to be able to delete some items and when the feed is updated, only new 
> items are added.  It would keep the feeds under control.
Put in on my TODO list :)

> 
> Just some suggestions,
> 
> Chris
> Nashville
> PPC-6700, WM5

--
David

PS: Looks that I should publish feature requests I got from users,
because the list is getting bigger and bigger. Hope, I found some free
time for this...
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