Call for Tester *update*

We are looking for more people interested in testing RSSOwl preview-releases on Windows, Linux, Mac or Solaris.

If you are interested, contact me and I will invite you to the internal Tester-Mailing-List.

Update: Thanks for the big feedback I am getting! Of course all existing testers of previous versions will be informed about new preview-releases as well!

Tutorial now available in Italian and French

While the Italian tutorial was available for some weeks now, a French version has been added today.

Thanks to simon and cyril!

Updated RSSOwl Tutorial as PDF (German language)

Thanks to Diego Wegner, there's now a German RSSOwl tutorial. It's a PDF file, so all you have to do is download it, maybe print it and read it step by step. It really can't be easier to get to know RSSOwl!

Update: A new version has just been released.

If someone is interested in translating the tutorial to English, please let us know.

Big in Berlin

I am currently on vacation in Berlin with Tobias (webmaster) and we are having a great time here. Unfortunately the weather is more autumn than summer.

Ben and Tobi

More photos are online at
I will be back in Zurich by next week having only one month left in my internship (sad).

RSSOwl on Fedora Core

Big thanks to overholt and greenrd who work on getting RSSOwl into Fedora Extras.

Overholt just posted a new entry in his blog about the progress. See this beautiful screenshot: RSSOwl on Fedora Core


Happy Birthday RSSOwl!

Today is RSSOwl's second birthday! Two years ago, 27th of July in 2003 the project went online at SourceForge.

I took this event as motivation to write an article at Techforge reflecting two years of development on RSSOwl.

I hope you will enjoy reading,

Screencasting RSSOwl with Wink

I just found out about a very cool freeware called "Wink". Wink allows to create visual tutorials on how to use a software. The result is then available as Flash Movie. Downloads are available for Windows and Linux.

Playing around with it, I came to this result: Simple Screencast of RSSOwl

If anyone is interested in creating a cool screencast about RSSOwl, let me know. Good screencasts will be added to the Overview section.