Hey web, lazy is my middle name.
I am in the market for a piece of software that lets me read RSS feeds. Lots of them exist. For my usual RSS feeds, I am actually completely happy with BlogLines. It just works, and being web-based it saves my read status as I move from machine to machine.
What I now want is a piece of software that I can trust with a bunch of private URL’s (for example, for bug trackers of private projects) that I would not trust any online service with. I want to get RSS feeds of all my TODO items in various bug trackers and other places. I want to keep the same advantage – whatever computer I use (under my control) I want to save the state of what I’ve read. Two obvious ways of doing that are 1) having it be web-based and/or 2) having some sort of – preferably text-based – state of what’s been read that I commit to svn (as I do for my todo list).
I would give this application only my todo RSS feeds, to resist the urge of reading other stuff that aren’t my tasks :) But I want to have an easy tool to get a glance of the state of items assigned to me.
Anyone using anything that fits the bill that they recommend ?