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You are Anonymous user. You can register for free by clicking here releases nukeFEED(tm)
Moduleskbgus writes " released nukeFEED™, a flexible feed generator for PHP-Nuke, RavenNuke, Nuke Evo and other Nuke distributions. nukeFEED™ provides the ability to:
  • syndicate popular content types and easily add additional content types
  • use modern syndication formats like ATOM and RSS 2.0 with HTML
  • display a feed map in both HTML and OMPL formats
  • support dynamic auto-discovery of published (active) feeds
  • define syndication feeds with more detailed attributes, including multiple sort orders (e.g. recent, popular, highest rated) at multiple levels (module, category, forum, etc.) and for a specified number of items
  • allow visitors to subscribe to feeds through like Bloglines, Newsgator, netvibes and more
  • integrate with FeedBurner to cache feeds, track and report usage statistics, monetize feeds through advertising and more
  • preview feeds to help visitors determine to which feeds they want to subscribe
Links: To see a demo. To download (GPL, free membership required). For answers to FAQs.

nukeFEED™ provides the ability to define for each feed:
  • content type (e.g. downloads, FAQs, forums, news, web links and more)
  • number of items to include in the feed
  • the order in which items are displayed (e.g. recent, popular, highest-rated and more)
  • the level to select items (e.g. module, category, forum, and more)
nukeFEED™ supports several content types:
  • Content
  • Downloads / NSN Group downloads
  • Encyclopedia
  • FAQ
  • Forums (with support for bbcode and bad word filtering)
  • News
  • Reviews
  • Tutorials (Tutoriaux)
  • Web links
It excludes private or unposted / unapproved content. Additional content types can be added by creating simple content classes.

nukeFEED™ contains several innovations that can be used by future improvements, including:
  • combo-box functionality - the ability to enter a value or select if from a list (via the dhtmlXCombo class from SC&)
  • linked selections - selecting one value from a list resets the values available in other select lists (via an enhanced CLinkedSelect function from Setec Astronomy)
  • automatic installation of database tables
  • content class model for describing and accessing multiple content types, which will be reused in other enhancements
  • easy-to-use functions for providing advanced popup help / information
  • reusable XML and HTML cleaning, coding and decoding functions
Future enhancements to nukeFEED™ may include:
  • Improved feed caching
  • Secure feeds
  • NSN Groups integration (feeds available only to groups)
  • Multiple language support
  • Additional content types
Posted on Monday, September 17 @ 07:11:25 CEST by VinDSL
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Re: releases nukeFEED(tm) (Score: 1)
by nuke__evangelist on Monday, September 17 @ 15:51:32 CEST
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hello Kevin,

thanks for the module - for the contribution. BTW
great site - great concept . i love your site.
Some ideas; We need some kind of list for PHPNuke modules: a list for the modules blocks and hacks.

see an example:,com_mtree/Itemid,35/

what do you think - this list is wanted and needed. you would get many many friends {hundreds and thousands] if you would create a list for the 170 000 Nukers all over the world.

What do you think about the NukeDirectory -

some ideas: Benefits of a directory: What can we gain with a list for modules, blocks and hacks?
A list supports the Open Source-development: it supports the free User-to-User-Assistance.
If we had a list, it would supports the cycle of testing, feedback, and innovation facilitates ongoing negotiations around making modules, and around organizing that production of nuke-modules. Nukers from all the globe would
love to see a list that gives detailed infos about the current state of the mods, blocks and hacks.
That would be a good support for users and developers. It would facilitate the ongoing negotiations around making modules,blocks and hacks.
This can be called the organizational state of flux that emerges from these negotiations
negotiations Permanently Beta. Beta testing, open source software, and interactive communities manifest aspects of permanently beta organization.

What do you think bout the list. I love to hear from you

best regards

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