Filter is a plugin for the Blog Riffer RSS feed reader/blogging tool.
It enables you to filter out unwanted items from the RSS feeds you're subscribed to.
When a new item matches your filter settings for the feed,
it is immediately marked "read" so that it doesn't appear in the list of new items.
If you perform a search or list all items from a feed, filtered items are listed (so no data is lost if you happen to need it),
but you won't be bothered by unwanted items on a day-to-day basis.
For example, if you're subscribed to a Twitter feed that frequently contains Foursquare checkins, and you don't wish to see them,
you could filter out "4sq.com" to hide all checkins by default.
Or if you're a regular reader of a blog that publishes a weekly summary post each week
(which you don't need to see, because you've already seen all the posts during the week),
as long as the summary posts can be clearly identified (for example, by the words "weekly wrap up" in the title),
you could filter those out.
The Filter Plugin enables you to conveniently block unwanted content in feeds that you're subscribed to
(for example, if you don't want to see "weekly summary" posts, certain regular announcements, etc.)
The RSS parsing engine for Blog Riffer is a library named CaRP Evolution.
Blog Riffer includes the core CaRP Evolution library and its MySQL plugin,
which enables CaRP to store data in a MySQL database.
You can also use CaRP Evolution to display content from RSS and Atom feeds on your websites.
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