We have started investigating this functionality and hope to be able to provide something for you in the future. Is there other information available on ni.com (other than the forums) that you would be interested seeing published through an RSS feed?
Are there other users interested in RSS feeds from NI?
Molly K. Web Support & Operations Manager National Instruments
It is also interesting to read through RSS the NI news, examples and any other information from NI Developer Zone. For the today situation with growing and growing amount of information it is of the most importance to follow standards as much as possible. So, I think RSS to be the right way 🙂
to Ray Farmer RSS is the very powerfull XML based standard way to publish some info from website to any compatible reader (for example Mozilla Thunderbird mail client, a lot of stand alone readers). You can see description and specs on the net. Try to look at http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss
NI is publishing an RSS feed. We are still in beta mode and currently this feed provides content related to “What’s New on NI Developer Zone”. During the month of March we are testing this new capability. We invite you to test out this feed and let us know how it works.
The feed can be found here: http://sine.ni.com/apps/we/nirss_feed_display.rss_page?p_application=NIDZ
If you do not have an RSS reader, you can find a good RSS reader, at no cost, from: http://www.sharpreader.com/
In the future we plan to add many more channels that will cover much more information from NI.COM.
Thanks, Efrat S. Web Marketing National Instruments
By the way, I have no experience with power RSS reeder, but quite happy with Mozilla Thunderbird mail client which has RSS built-in and also Maxthon (formely MyIE) browser has RSS in most recent version.