Forum OpenACS Development: email@example.com
If you don't have an RSS reader, but use an IMAP client for your email, I recommend http://rss.blogstreet.com. It presents RSS feeds using an IMAP server, so it just looks like a separate email account to you. Sometimes they are a little flaky, but other than that it's a great free service.
The URL for the feed is http://xarg.net/tools/cvs/rss/
I've set up a list at willfork.com. So if you forward all
the traffic to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org everybody who
bothers to register here will get it as well:
Mark, the feed validates as rss 1.0, and I have not had trouble with netnewswire. Now that rss 2.0 is in rss support maybe I will add that as well, I expect that would fix any remaining problems.
could you make the CVS RSS code available in contrib perhaps? Would be useful for other projects as well.
... but now that I've seen those emails I realized that this mechanism doesn't include diffs.
So, the next piece of work I'd like to volonteer is to enable sending of diffs in the body of the email via the CVSROOT/loginfo mechanism. These Python scripts from our friends at Zope.org have been working for us very well for years: http://dev.zope.org/DevHome/CVS/CVSAddons