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Source Maintaince

I have not forgotten or neglected my New Eden Source archive. I didn't update it last month simply because of time. Eve Vegas and the Pod and Planet contest siphoned a lot of my creative energy. I spent my freighter time updating it with new blogs on Friday. I have some news articles to tack in as well. I'm also hunting down someone or some help to give me a RSS feed for the front page for active blog posts.

I've started to catch and e-mail myself new blogs (new new blogs and blogs I've never seen) when I find them to add to my archive. I've also started removing a few blogs that have vanished off of the internet for neatness sake. A few others were moved to the inactive category.

It is not a perfect project by any means. I forget to put the 'added' notation in sometimes. I managed to put someone as inactive when they were active. Just lots of fun things like that. The once a monthish add and clean up works nicely for me as well.

Once I find a RSS feed that will give front page to updated blogs I will look at the website name thing for serious.

If you are not on it and wish to be, tell me. If I have your blog name wrong or you are misclassified as active or inactive let me know. I'm trying to keep up with it but my main priority is just having the blogs focused somewhere accessible. The rest is window dressing.

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  1. I just noticed my blog on there. Thanks for that! It's much appreciated.

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  2. Not sure if it is still around but Yahoo Pipes used to be able to do that kind of thing. Take many RSS feeds and combine them and the do some logic to them (like sort by updated, filter by date, etc)

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