Anyway it seems you can leave a comment or trackback at Read/WriteWeb, which the Bloglines crew will scan.
Well where do I start, all this stuff is scattered over many posts, maybe my last Rojo post may be a good start.
Anyway here is the list:
- River of News for all subscription, also at the folder level
At the moment when you click on a folder you still have to view contents by feed, what about viewing all items by folder all mixed up sorted by date.
- Feed for every folder (see Rojo, Feedmarker)
- Search in just one feed/s, also search in a folder/s, search in just title, with an RSS to boot (check box system)
Come on, this will allow customised microcontent
- Personalisation option (see searchfox)
- Citation search feed
- Non-local search feeds from other RSS engines or social bookmarks from within Bloglines (see BlogBridge)
- Flagged items to read later should go in a flagged folder (aggregate these instead of them just being scattered)
- Ability to rename a folder
- Clips blog to be a proper blog
- A feed for the Public reader version
- Allow to customise the presentation for the public version, also already show the latest items as a river of news, ie. a proper Public RSS Aggregator…similar to Blogdigger Groups
- Virtual desktop perspective of your account…see Fyuze
- RSS for clippings folders…like Newsgator Online
- If all folders have feeds, can these be shared in a folksonomy…leads to local community discovery
- If all clippings folders have feeds, can these be shared in a folksonomy…leads to local community discovery
- Blog this (to a non-local blog)
- Bookmark this (to an non-local clippings account)
- Comment this (like RSS Bandit)
- Print this
- Bloglines citation for every item
- Contacts address book for when you email items
- Remix (splice & filter feeds)
- Clip to an offline client like Qumana
- Remove duplicate URL feature…like FeedDigest
- Threading like URL’s (see Sharpreader)
- Collapse similar items (new and old), like Google News and Memeorandom
- Notifier like Sharpreader, even limit to select feeds or folders
- OPML at the folder level, or even select feeds (check box) to put in an OPML (see Feedmarker)
- Choice to expand/collapse feed contents on the main page…like Rojo
Oh yeah, and somehow show a community view around an item (similar to the Sharpreader threading feature mentioned above, but in a different visual view)…see NusEye.
…well at least some of these features anyway!