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Reptile

Reptile is an Open Source/Free Software, Peer-to- Peer content syndication engine (think RSS/OCS), which is driven by Java/XML, and is privacy protection/Reputation enabled. Reptile nodes can publish to each other (everything is driven by XML based subscriptions), and provides a decentralized authentication model based on public/private key crypto (and Reputation).

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  •  15 Mar 2002 23:34

    Release Notes: This release includes (confirmed) Windows and Mac OSX portability, inline documentation, a user settings system, better memory usage, much better subscription management, better weblog integration, RSS export, and numerous bugfixes.

    •  14 Feb 2002 09:31

      Release Notes: This release includes a search infrastructure including result set paging, unread articles, channel history, newest articles, and massive speed improvements. Other features are page level actions including the ability to mark all subscriptions read or unread. There are also many bug fixes.

      •  28 Sep 2001 01:49

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  15 Aug 2001 20:47

          Release Notes: This release incorporates a number of new features and bugfixes, including improved OCS support, better weblog integration, and misc. performance enhancements. Reputations, and the associated cryptographic support from Sierra, are not yet functional.

          •  28 Jul 2001 09:29

            Release Notes: Initial release.

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