For pages named A, B, and C:
My subscribed pages: A, B, C
For pages containing the terms E, F, and G (since pages in a certain category link to that category, the terms used can be the names of category pages):
My subscribed categories: E, F, G
My subscribed pages: A, B, C, categories: E, F, G
My subscribed pages: AlexSchroeder, [[LionKimbro]], [[Foo bar]], categories: CategoryDecisionMaking
When you copy the link above and replace action=rc with action=rss you'll get a RSS feed for your subscribed changes.
Oh my – I'm very excited! – BayleShanks
but i find it's hard to keep track of wiki conversations you have -cross-sites- ? short of bookmarking or furlingevery single page i've ever posted to on wikis (which, for me, is very few right now, maybe 4 or 5 pages over 3 wikis)… i don't know the best way. it would be nice to be able to subscribe to pages and manage that from one place.
do you know of any tool that could help manage this? – HeatherJames
Do you use a ChangeAggregator? These tools can take a "RSS feed" and make it easy to read. The instructions above tell you how to transform the URL for your subscribed changes into a URL that you can add to your aggregator.
(I don't use aggregators, by the way.)
Thanks, i experimented with the subscription when i posted this. alas, no it doesn't do cross-wiki.
I also found another link to MeatBall:ChangeAggregator from someone who is working on just the tool I'm looking for. ZBY, is making an Active Bookmarks tool that works with pages that don't have RSS feeds.