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Github Feed
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Github Feed is a github services post-receive hook that generates RSS feeds for
commits you make to a Github repository. GH Feed was built with Sinatra and
MongoDB and is currently hosted on Heroku. 

To use Github Feed for one of your repositories, add http://ghfeed.heroku.com 
as a post-receive url in the repository's admin console. Any commits you then 
push to your repository with "@rss" in the commit message will be stored in
the database. If you navigate to http://ghfeed.heroku.com/username/repo, you
will find an RSS feed of your "@rss" tagged commits.

To deploy Github Feed on your own servers, you will have to modify the 
settings.yml file with your server's configuration. Also, you will have to set
the MONGO_PASSWORD environmental variable. If you are on a server with physical
or ssh access, run the command "export MONGO_PASSWORD=password" on the terminal.
If you are deploying to Heroku, type "heroku config:add MONGO_PASSWORD=password".