News::Newsrc manages newsrc files, of the style
Methods are provided for
- reading and writing newsrc files
- adding and removing newsgroups
- changing the order of newsgroups
- subscribing and unsubscribing from newsgroups
- testing whether groups exist and are subscribed
- marking and unmarking articles
- testing whether articles are marked
- returning lists of newsgroups
- returning lists of articles
S-news is a simple news server for hosts with one or two users. It is intened
to supply spool and offline news reading for a configured selection of
newsgroups. S-news does the minimum required to maintain a conventional news
spool and makes use of suck for news transport.
It provdes a NNTP service and /var/spool/news for local news readers.
It supports any number of incoming news feeds via NNTP either by IHAVE or
Outgoing news feeds are made from locally posted articles and reposted remotly
It expires articles by how long they have been in the spool.
It has NNTP access configuration to allow and deny read, post and transfer
access to remote hosts.
It is very light weight and relatively easy to configure.
Cnews news transport software
News::Article::NoCeM is a library of perl modules for managing NoCeM notice in
Network News services. It's meant to be used for code-reuse and sharing when
writing news-based applications.
This module allows for creating articles from scratch, or reading them
from various data sources; various header manipulations, and posting
via NNTP or mailing via a sendmail-workalike.
This is a simple screen scraper for Google's News service.
This is a new release of the popular cleanfeed usenet spam filter written
by Jeremy Nixon. I will continue releasing new versions until I get tired
or somebody else will step forward.
There is no real documentation, so if you never used cleanfeed please
download the original package from
and enjoy trying to understand what changed.
If you already have an existing cleanfeed installation please double check
your cleanfeed.local, because it may not be compatibile with this release.
cleanfeed.conf does not exist anymore, the bad_cancel_paths config option
is now read from a configuration file and most local_* functions changed
their name. Please read the CHANGES file for details about these and other
things. When in doubt, check the source code.
LuserNET is an NNTP-based news reader for GNUstep.
A multi-server, multi-connections-per-server Usenet news sucking mechanism.
Feeds articles to a local news server. Powerful filtering capability. Runs
continuously as a quasi-daemon.