MonkeyChow is an open-source web based RSS feed reader with social networking built in.
Social networking support – MonkeyChow now has a Twitter username and password field in the user preferences, allowing you to publish feed articles in your Twitter feed. Â It also allows you to publish articles in WordPress, a personal RSS feed of select republished articles, as well as Delicious, Digg, Ping.fm, Friendfeed, Blogger, and email. Â After 1.0 I plan on adding Facebook support.... More Info »
Multiple Users – In recent versions of MonkeyChow, multiple users were allowed to log in, but everyone was limited to the same feed list. Â Now, everyone using MonkeyChow can have their own feed, starred favorites, and published articles reblog feed.
Plugins – Much of the social networking functionality displayed for articles is being moved into plugins, including the above Twitter support. Â Don’t like a certain feature? Â As admin, you will be able to uncheck a box and it will no longer appear on the site. Â Community written plugins will now be available to customize article bodies, such as adding an advertisement to every 10th viewed article, or provide functionality in the viewing panes. Â Have required feeds such as corporate or educational alerts to make sure everyone is up to date. Â I plan on making as much of the interface as modular as possible after the 1.0 release.