7. April 2014 10:00
Feature . NuGet
Ever wanted to get notified when a new package is available on your feed? Did you know you can just browse the Packages collection on any NuGet feed?
Obviously, that also works on MyGet feeds, but did you know that ever since we launched MyGet, we had this little RSS endpoint sitting around?
In it's early state it was just exposing your feed's OData Packages collection. However, as we introduced activity logs and started collecting this data to show up in activity streams on the web site, we can now also provide you with a more useful RSS feed.
Wouldn't it be useful if we just gave you your activitylog through RSS? Let's see what it looks like in it's current form:
We think this is pretty useful. This is only a minimum-viable notification system in our opinion and we'd love to get feedback on how we can improve this further to match your needs. So please, don't hesitate to reach out and let your voice be heard! One address: http://myget.uservoice.com.
Besides simply subscribing to the RSS feed, you might want to make the internet work for you.
Our friends at MessageHandler have built something that hooks into our activity streams, allowing you to configure a handler that sends you an email and creates a GitHub issue when a MyGet build fails.
For those using IFTTT (if-this-then-that), we've also created a few recipes (or you can build your own):