This FAQ is to help explain the available RSS feeds in a Plato web.
What is RSS?
RSS, Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, is a simple way to automatically pull in information from a Plato site across the Web.
RSS is an XML-based (eXtensible Markup Language) format for content distribution that can include headlines, summaries and links.
What RSS feeds are available in a Plato Web?
If you want to view a feed in your RSS reader then you can right click the button, copy the shortcut and paste that into your reader.
This carries a feed of the Recent Documents for the level you have access to.
This carries a feed of the Events Calendar for the level you have access to.
Recent News Items
This carries a feed of Recent News items for the level you have access to.
RSS feeds covering all Plato Webs
The Open Group Plato Newsdesk
The Plato Newsdesk carries public news headlines from all the various ongoing work areas within The Open Group and its affiliates that use the Plato web collaboration tool. News headlines published at the public level automatically appear in this RSS feed.
What is an RSS Reader?
An RSS Reader (also known as an RSS aggregator or News Reader) is software which enables you to get the latest news headlines, in RSS format, delivered straight to your desktop. Some RSS Readers also allow you to set up watches or filters so you only see the news you want to see.
Where can I get an RSS Reader?
There are a wide range of RSS Readers available for most operating systems. Visit Google to find links to the most popular products.
Among the popular RSS readers are Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird, and
How do I view an RSS feed?
You can view the raw feeds by clicking each button.
If you want to view the feed in your reader then you can right click the button, copy the shortcut and paste that into your RSS reader.