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GRead, a Google Reader application, by S.Angel / Twidi <email@example.com> GRead, in Python and QT, is created for Maemo but also works on my linux desktop. It uses libgreader (see my fork : http://github.com/twidi/libgreader, forked from http://github.com/askedrelic/libgreader) The main goal is to have a Google Reader application as good as the "Newsrob" one on Android i used before having my Nokia n900. The first step is to create an application with the basics, as we have in the "grr" application for Maemo (https://garage.maemo.org/projects/grr/) The next step is to add offline capabilities. This firs step is currently done minus keybord shortcuts, but with many improvements: - more settings (for interface) - works too on 2G/3G (for me grr works only on wifi) - auto-rotation - thread for network operations - manage auto-reconnect, detect lack of connectivity (all operations will be done when the network is available) - allow to show original feed content in the application (using QTWebkit) or in the browser - see more special feeds (shared and starred, but also "all", "friends", "notes"...) - scroll long titles There is some little bugs like unread count not always sync in feeds list when some item are read (without doing a resync) To launch it, simply execute the gread.py file in the src directory PS : if they are not installed you can install necessary packages : root# apt-get install python2.5-qt4 python2.5-qt4-webkit python-simplejson