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The news items on the CETIS site can be accessed using the popular syndication formats RSS and Atom.

To access the RSS feed, go to The feed uses RSS v1.0 and includes the Dublin Core metadata extensions.

To access the Atom feed, go to The feed uses Atom 0.3 and includes comment links. There are also comment feeds from each news article, which can be accessed by appending /comments.atom to the article URL.

For information on how to use RSS newsfeeds, take a look at

For more information on Atom, go to

NEW! iCAL icon iCalendars

Events on the CETIS website can now be accessed as iCalendar files. This enables you to subscribe to the events and have them appear in common calendar applications such as Sunbird/Mozilla and Apple iCal. There are two calendar files provided on the site: one of CETIS events (e.g. SIG meetings and CETIS conferences), and one of other events we've highlighted.

To access the CETIS events calendar, you need to subscribe to (iCal users can click the link and subscrbe automatically).

To access the 'other' events calendar, you need to subscribe to

Lots of information on iCalendar is available on the net. There is a (brief, and incomplete) list of compatible products here.

If you are interested in the use of iCalendar for exchanging course timetable information, then take a look at the project.

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