It appears that a new RSS Aggregator is on the
scene and it is sweeping users off their feet! I am pretty impressed
as well! I would also like to see posting capabilities but it is off to a
great start! I am curious if this is going to go the way of NewsGator and
start charging for the product after a following gets hooked... Nothing against
(I think it is great!) or capitalism, but I am all for free stuff! I
especially like open source products that I can contribute to so as to make a
better product. I aim to write as many free .net apps in the near future
as I possibly can and share them with the world! (maybe its my open source java roots showing...)
[Luke Hutteman's public virtual MemoryStream]
I'm a bit overwhelmed by the response I got on SharpReader... I posted it about 24 hours ago, and already have 17 comments, 24 trackbacks and 17 emails. SharpReader's threading functionality works like a charm to show all the responses in the feeds I'm reading, and for those I do not subscribe to, feedster reports 47 hits when searching for
I received a few minor bug-reports, but such was to be expected with a first public beta release. Since the likes of Don, Ingo, Sam and many more like them have downloaded SharpReader (and seem to like it), I guess my weblog audience has expanded to a level that might be able to help solve some of the mysteries of .NET for a relative newbie like myself.
Thanks to everybody for their feedback, positive comments and bug reports. If you have any feature requests of things you would like to see added to SharpReader, please don't hesitate to drop me a line at sharpreader-at-hutteman-dot-com.