You may want to change the name or clear this up.
if anybody has fun testing new software or need an rss reader, I'd love to read your feedback about a project:
Ginger is a web-based rss feed aggregator. It runs on a local web server (no online serves, but of course the rss feeds itself) and can be used from multiple users.
The installer automatically brings an Apache webserver and Python in place, which are prerequisites for Ginger. Furthermore, some additional modules are fetched. There is no manual intervention needed! If you already have some of the components, you save some time.
Uninstalling Ginger, Apache and Python via the control panel should leave your system 100% clean.
If you are in doubt, maybe you have a VM for testing
Download: http://ginger.ws/ginger at the bottom
PS: I did assume Windows, but an Ubuntu package is also available!
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