Bahraini blogs RSS feeds

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Guys, if you’ve got a Bahraini blog, please enter your RSS feed url in a comment here. It must be an RSS feed at the moment unfortunately as I haven’t found how I could import Atom feeds into the Xaraya headlines module.

The intent is to do something with bahrainblogs.com as it is just lying dormant, so I’ll try to add an aggregation function to is as both Chan’ad and Sabbah have suggested and see if we can get it to be used.

To recap:

– if you’ve got a blog about Bahrain or is from it,
– post a comment on this article with your RSS feed URL (must be RSS please, no Atoms at the moment.)
– if you need some help in getting that done, comment here, I’m sure someone can offer some help
– only live blogs are eligible, if the last post is 3 or more months ago, your blog is dead, don’t bother entering anything here; if you’ve announced the death of your blog, don’t bother either.

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7 Comments
  • [deleted]0.14243600 1099323648.862
    12 June 2005

    Bahraini blogs RSS feeds

    Here you go: http://sabbah.biz/mt/feed/

    Hope this step brings some life there…

  • mahmood
    12 June 2005

    Re: Bahraini blogs RSS feeds

    thanks Haitham, I’ve set up most if not all the blogs already, but am facing a little problem which I hope it will be solved soon. then we’re live.

    mahmood

  • anonymous
    12 June 2005

    DIBs RSS feeds

    http://www.desertisland.cc/home/index.rdf

    If you haven’t already done so!

  • moron99
    12 June 2005

    Bahraini blogs RSS feeds

    You can use any feed type with the headlines module when you also use the magpie module in conjunction. DLs at my site.

  • mahmood
    12 June 2005

    Re: Bahraini blogs RSS feeds

    thought so! there is bound to be a way if it’s Xaraya and JC! 😉

    thanks

  • anonymous
    13 June 2005

    Bahraini blogs RSS feeds

    http://feeds.feedburner.com/loonatik

  • anonymous
    15 June 2005

    Bahraini blogs RSS feeds

    Good luck with the feeds. Its a pain in the ass to setup at times and keep updating it. I am using Drupal for it, and converting atom2rss via feedburner.com.

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