read4me is a Python Web service that reads RSS feeds and, using Bayesian stats, reports how likely it is that you will like the articles.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent Mac OS X POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release uses CherryPy, updates the Firefox extension for Firefox 1.5, improves the AI, and adds a new installation script.
Release Notes: This release contains a new Firefox extension client, a faster, multi-threaded feed reading and training routine, pylint cleanup, and improved graceful degradation of article information.
Release Notes: feedparser (http://www.feedparser.org/) was integrated with the server backend. Several XUL client usability enhancements were made. Streamlined server ranking was improved. Server support for article author was added. Querying for articles younger than a date was enabled.
Release Notes: This version features a much improved XUL client. There is server-side support for thresholding.
Release Notes: A new XUL client, improved HTML handling, and improved guessing.