Release Notes: A MongoDB database is now used instead of the SQLite database. This change offers a significant performance improvement. The database has been tested with more than 30,000 articles, but version 3.2 is still a test version. A more stable version will arrive soon.
Release Notes: Feeds are now retrieved in a separated process with the Gevent library. This offers the best performance on Heroku.
Release Notes: pyAggr3g470r can now be deployed on Heroku or on a traditional server. Moreover, several users can use an instance of pyAggr3g470r. A platform is managed by the administrator, a user with specific rights.
Release Notes: This release introduces the import of OPML files of subscriptions. Minor improvements have been made to the templates.
Release Notes: This release introduces a one step installation process with a simple script. Minor improvements to the feedgetter module have been introduced (the feed description is now stored in the database). Miscellaneous improvements to the Jinja templates. Finally, more configuration options are now offered to the user.
Release Notes: This version introduces some improvements for the feedgetter module including automatic retrieval of the URL behind feedproxy.google.com, and support for configuring the user agent and proxy. Minor improvements were made to the MongoEngine models. Notifications are displayed with Flask flash messages.