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I've been googling for the past few days trying to find a (web)app that will allow me to generate an RSS feed from my Twitter lists (Twitterlist2rss, the first result on Google, is not working. Other Google results are broken as well.)

Any ideas on what it would take to make something that would do this? I feel I might roll up my sleeves and try something with Google App Engine and Python.


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You can create a RSS feed for your Twitter List using this service:

http://zeyne.net/rss.php?url=twitter.com/{username}/{List name}

(Replace the actual username & List name within the placeholders.)


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