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Delphi Pipe – Delphi related RSS feed running on Yahoo Pipes – via twm’s blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/03/28

New Delphi related RSS feed: Delphi Pipe “A collection of Delphi related RSS streams” which works perfectly fine in Feedly.

You can get the source through http://pipes.yahoo.com/delphipipe/thepipe

The source is sooo simple, that I now definitely need to make some time to really do some Yahoo Pipes research:

Since Delphi Feeds doesn’t list my blog any more and generally isn’t very fast in responding to requests for adding or removing feeds, I have created my own aggregated feed: Delphi Pipe. It’s done with Yahoo Pipes and currently contains the following feeds (most important first ;-) ):

Oh and thanks Thomas Mueller for listing my feed second (;

Bug him on G+ to get added.

Later he showed how easy it is to convert your G+ stream to an RSS feed: Using Google+ as input for Yahoo Pipes.

Then how to read a CSV file (which is hosted on his site) as input to the RSS generation.

–jeroen

via: Delphi Pipe » twm’s blog.

8 Responses to “Delphi Pipe – Delphi related RSS feed running on Yahoo Pipes – via twm’s blog”

  1. […] dspreen on Delphi Pipe – Delphi rel… […]

  2. dspreen said

    …aaaand as expected: yahoo pipes is closing.

  3. Dennis said

    hmmm. due to the closing of the very useful Google Code service, I hardly doubt that using a very old (2007) Yahoo service is a good idea – if Google needs to shutdown some well established services I don’t think Yahoo will operate their “not so successful” services for a longer time….. instead I’d suggest adding some kind of “community moderators” to the delphifeed.com service….

    • jpluimers said

      The moderation is keeping one CSV file alive. The piping can always become something different.

      • dspreen said

        but only as long as yahoo continues to support http://pipes.yahoo.com, and if you dare to click on the pipes blog, you’ll notice the last entry is dated Dec 2012 and contains “Earlier this year http://babelfish.yahoo.com was shut down. The Pipes translate module relied on this service and has also been deprecated.” ….. I am quite sure due to the very low (=none) blog activity since the last two years, that this service isn’t maintained anymore and thus will be deprecated soon.

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