jim.manico at owasp.org
Wed Jul 17 23:42:11 UTC 2013
When you click on the main OWASP feedblitz feed, you can "add other
feeds" and include twitter, youtube, other RSS feeds and many other
sources into the main feed.
So yes we can do this, and no we do not need another agregator.
> Have you found if feedblitz can handle multiple incoming streams? If so,
> that's awesome and simplifies our process. If not, then we need to do step
> 2 (RSS Aggregator) in my other email.
> I also like the idea of a moderated news blogs with comments too.
> Michael Coates | OWASP | @_mwc
> On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 2:34 PM, Jim Manico <jim.manico at owasp.org> wrote:
>> Feedblitz is a feed aggregation service, among other things. It's a
>> replacement to feedburner (which is no longer maintained).
>> I set up Feedblitz for OWASP via feed at owasp.org and Sarah logged in and
>> provided payment info.
>> The test feed is set up at https://feeds.feedblitz.com/owasp and is
>> currently only using the OWASP Blog feed to drive it.
>> The feed account at feedblitz is very detailed. Solid service.
>> I suggest we just have 2 blogs: One for OWASP news (the current
>> OWASP.blogspot.com) and have another for application security news (
>> owasp-appsecnews.blogspot.com). Both of these blogs will provide a RSS
>> feed that can be fed into Feedblitz.
>> (Approved) editors who want to submit an article to
>> owasp-appsecnews.blogspot.com can do so easily. Just send an email which
>> auto-posts, or just write an article with the news article and a few
>> sentence comment. This is a bit more work that just hitting "share" on a
>> reader, but since it requires real "intention" and not just a click, we
>> should get higher quality news.
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