To be kept informed as soon as a new version of BasKet or WeBasKet is released, you can use the BasKet's RSS feed:
A RSS feed is a small network ressource that contains news from a site, a webblog, a project, etc...
You need a news aggregator to collect them.
They aggregate feeds so the news items are readable from a single place regardless of their source and you will be noticed as soon as a site is updated.
This save you a lot of time because you won't have to visit all sites anymore since the aggregator will do it for you, at a better rate than you are able to.
Add the RSS link above as a source to one of the following applications (depending on your desktop):
- The KDE news aggregator. The better one and it is also well integrated with Konqueror;
- The GNOME news aggregator;
- An elegant MAC OS X aggregator easy to use and powerful;
- RSS Bandit
- A free full-featured, simple, beautiful and efficient aggregator for Windows;
- A WEB based aggregator. After subscribing, you will be able to read feeds from any computer, with any OS. It only needs a WEB browser.
You can also use one of the following alternatives:
- A KDE events deamon that also can display RSS feeds;
- Super Karamba aggregators
- If you have Super Karamba installed (it allows you to keep various informations on your desktop), a lot of themes allow to retreive RSS feeds;
- Mozilla Thunderbird
- This mail client also can manage RSS feeds in a nice way;
- Mozilla Firefox
- Version 1.0 of this WEB browser automatically search RSS feeds in pages and allow to display them as dynamic bookmarks;
- A simple but efficient aggregator for Windows;
- Another more featured aggregator for Windows;
- Another more complicated aggregator for Windows.