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RSS prioritizer

Posted on 2010-09-22
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Hello,

could you advise me some webbased RSS prioritizer? It should intelligently learn similarly as gmail priority inbox.
It means, I evaluate every item with "like" or "dislike" and the reader will increase or decrease priority of similar posts.

I already know lots of filters (e.g. feedrinse, yahoo pipes). I'm not looking for a filter, I'm looking for webbased prioritizer.
It would be great if google reader could do this similar as gmail. But it should be as I described not a greasemonkey script.

thanks for advice
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by:Ray Paseur
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This is not really a question -- it is a need for application development and for that you should hire a developer.  You can use a data base to keep track of the LIKE and DISLIKE information, but when you want to be as "smart" as Google, you need to be prepared to spend the kind of money that Google pays its employees.  I expect that a developer could build you a good, simple, one-table solution that would help you keep track of which RSS feeds were in favor.

Good luck with this, ~Ray
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I remember that already existed similar solution named Feedhub, so its possible that somebody else implemented it.
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