Yesterday I put up the tombstone for Feed2JS, on its life support after 10 years. But like any good zombie, I just cannot kill it, it rose from the grave, and shall continue to provide free RSS content in your web sites, for FREE! Cartoon Zombie by ~Sabotender Brian Teller, a web ...

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The dirt goes in the hole by May 30, 2013 (the end date of softlayer's billing cycle)... the Feed2JS server will be cancelled on May 28, and the lights go out. For some time, the domain will be pointed at an information site on wordpress.con, and a small "nag" notice ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by rmelgares The next phase of closing down the Feed2JS service is done (the lights go out on the server by June 2, 2013). In a sort of reclaim effort, I moved the home of the code from Google Code ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ) flickr photo shared by Bert Werk Cut to the chase- unless something drops from the sky, the lights on my RSS feed service Feed2JS will turn off by June 1, 2013. Between now and then I will get the word out, attach a small ...

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It still is going, almost 10 years since fiddling with some PHP script that converted RSS to javascript (and not even sure if proper credit was given to David Carter-Tod who's earlier Wytheville News service inspired me) - Feed2JS is still motoring along, made available for free and wide open ...

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cc licensed ( BY ND ) flickr photo shared by h.koppdelaney I have great news to share- given the generosity of people who have donated financial support, and one anonymous donor in particular, I have sufficient funds to keep Feed2JS running at least through June 2013, and maybe longer. For those ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by howvin I have gotten an impressive stream of support, donations with my request to help support Feed2JS, enough to keep the site up and running (which apparently has been stable). But I've not been comfortable depending on a future ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by Wavy1 This has been beyond my expectations as a response to my call for help to keep Feed2JS going. I actually had never looked much to see where it was being used (D'Arcy would claim its mostly spam), since ...

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It's been running as a free web service for over eight years, from my little humble PHP script hacking in 2003. Feed2JS (http://feed2js.org/) provides a tool where anyone can enter a URL for an RSS feed, choose some options, and generate a bit of cut and paste JavaScript code they ...

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modified from cc licensed flickr photo shared by Lord Jim I'm looking for someone, some group to take over the development for Feed2JS; I've taken it as far as I can possibly can. It gets used a lot, more than I think I want to know. The server empties its cache ...

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I am at the same time honored and deeply scared that a lot of people use my Feed2JS tool created like in 2003 or 2004 for helping people embed RSS feeds in their site using cut and paste JavaScript. If my stats are right, in the 6 hours since ...

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I struggle to find the solid chunks of time to take care of some pending updates to Feed to JavaScript (Feed2JS). I am about half way through setting up a code site on eduforge, and need to create a web front end. This will be the primary source for the ...

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