Our goal for including an RSS feed in the live bookmark is to demonstrate dynamic, changing and relevant content. We would suggest you choose something your users are interested in and that is locally relevant. By default this is the same as en-US, which is BBC news. Amitakhya, do you have any suggestions? The implementation is done via a change of the redirect on mozilla.com, and is a server-side change only.
i found these sites that may be of interest http://asomiyapratidin.assamese.indiapress.info/ this one is in english http://www.indiagrid.com/cgi-bin/news.cgi?channel=assamese&mchannel=lang http://www.cic.nic.in/cicwebpages/Assam/kamalpur/newspaper.htm can't really tell if they have RSS Feeds and how good content is ;) it's always better to ship with something in your language if possible but if we can't find anything or want to adjust later we can do so too
Hi! http://www.asomiyapratidin.co.in/epaper/default.aspx This is the one I read the news from. But as you can see, they have scanned the copies and put them as images. I am not sure whether it solves our purpose.
Apart from that, http://www.dainikagradoot.com/ is also one more news paper that you can view online, but again with the same problems.
it should be an actual RSS Feed so I don't think either of the above will work, any other ideas?
Component: Other → as / Assamese
QA Contact: assamese.as
Nope .. none as of now ...
ok, i take that as going with BBC as default. in other indic locales they have chosen hindi rss feed from BBC. there is also several others, please LMK what you think would be the best BBC feed to choose: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/languages/
Hi, Hindi RSS feed will do.
ok. confirming http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi/index.xml adding to spreadsheet for tracking over to pike for server side changes
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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