Google Reader будет убит?

Posted on : 14-03-2013 | By : Design_Nick | In : События дня, Тестируем, ищем и пользуемся

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Сегодня зашел в Google Reader и был поражен и убит надписью:

Google Reader will be retired on July 1, 2013

Пошел по ссылке “узнать еще”, вот что написано (справочный центр на русском языке пока не доступен):

Google Reader will be retired on July 1, 2013. If you’d like to download a copy of all your Reader data before then, you can do so through Google Takeout. You’ll receive your subscription data in an XML file, and the following information will be downloaded as JSON files:

List of people that you follow
List of people that follow you
Items you have starred
Items you have liked
Items you have shared
Items shared by people you follow
Notes you have created
Items with comments

Click here to start downloading your Reader data from Takeout. Once downloaded, your subscription data should be easily transferrable to another product, where you can continue to keep up with your online reading.

Mar 13, 2013

“Весело” и достаточно неожиданно. А ведь я так привык к чтению любимых сайтов через RSS!

А теперь мне предлагается заархивировать мои данные для “использования других ридеров”?

Неудачная новость.

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Новость из Блога Google:

Powering Down Google Reader
3/13/2013 04:06:00 PM

Posted by Alan Green, Software Engineer

We have just announced on the Official Google Blog that we will soon retire Google Reader (the actual date is July 1, 2013). We know Reader has a devoted following who will be very sad to see it go. We’re sad too.

There are two simple reasons for this: usage of Google Reader has declined, and as a company we’re pouring all of our energy into fewer products. We think that kind of focus will make for a better user experience.

To ensure a smooth transition, we’re providing a three-month sunset period so you have sufficient time to find an alternative feed-reading solution. If you want to retain your Reader data, including subscriptions, you can do so through Google Takeout.

Thank you again for using Reader as your RSS platform.

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