First of all, here's the official help page for Ipernity-Feeds:
And here are some examples of feeds for your inspiration and better understanding, what you can do with it. Just replace the values with the ones you need. Ask me if you have questions or feel free to add your examples in the comments.
- "My favorite Song of the Day" group docs:
- "My favorite Song of the Day" group discussions:
- a certain user's docs (only public ones):
- docs of several users (maximum of 10 different):
- blog posts of several users (maximum of 10 different):
- certain tags/keywords:
- more than one tag (comma seperated):
- only audio files (all public ones):
- only audio files of a certain person:
- only audio files tagged with "pop"
- pictures that someone has faved (Sherry in this case)
- all cc-licensed photos tagged with "clouds"
- with private/shared docs:
you can see your username and feedpassword here:
you can combine alot of these parameters and get new results. Funky isn't it? ;-)
You don't know what to do with these feeds?
Well, it's a nice way to keep up with the loads of new pictures and data uploaded at ipernity.
All you need is a Feedreader. I use Google-Reader online, but there are lots of Readers around.
Here's an old screencast i made for Brief, a Firefox extension for reading feeds. And here's an old general little howto about feeds. Of course you can use these readers not only for ipernity feeds but ALL your feed-subscriptions.
Here i am... :)