What is RSS?
RSS stands for 'Real Simple Syndication' and is a way to keep up-to-date with new and updated content from a website. RSS has become the most popular way to notify people that new content is available. A website may provide one or more RSS 'feeds' for different types of content or information.
What RSS feeds are available on the RSC Transformation site?
We provide an RSS feed of the Project Journal, which will provide the information and news about the progress of the transformation project.
How do I view an RSS feed?
To view an RSS feed, you will need a feed reader, an application that allows you to 'subscribe' to feeds and notifies you when new content is added. Examples of feed readers include Feed Demon for Windows and NetNewsWire for Macintosh OS X. Some web browsers, such as Apple's Safari, can be used to view RSS feeds directly. There are also some websites, such as Bloglines, that can be used to read RSS feeds.
Once you have an RSS reader installed, revisit this page and click on the RSS link below.
Do I need to sign up to view the RSS feed?
Access to the RSS feed on this site is open to everyone. You do not need to fill in a form or sign up to access it.