Skip to main content atom2rss live converter

This script takes any Atom feed and converts it to the RSS 2.0 format. users should find this useful since Blogger does not provide free support for RSS.

and now its live, no need for [w:Cron job] once updates your atom your RSS 2.0 will be updated automaticly

File size: 10.6 kBatom2rss.tar.gz
[tags]project, atom, rss, converter, php, gpl[/tags]


  1. Jad - thanks for this. I've been playing with xsltproc scripts for a while but your script beat them all.



  2. :) HELO WHO ARE YOU ?

  3. sweet :) i'm Jad Stormrage nice to meet ya

    Nice website!

  4. Umm could you please add some kind of user manual or how to with your file? I cannot get it to work, and since there are no instructions whatsoever, I dont know if Im using it right.

  5. Hi Jad Stormrage
    Anonymous: How to added

  6. So what's with the web page ? :)
    News buletins ?

  7. its a personal space where I can write, copy/paste what I'm interested in :D

    what about you Stormrage, don't you have such personal E-space ?

  8. nope :) silly me i keep my thoughts to myself.

    ? but i do have a silly old web page


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