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News aggregation - LINKS PLEASE!


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News aggregation would be great.
No idea if this is an actually implementable idea but Inside Sport do it.
A bot that posts things from the club, KeepUp or other Australian soccer news outlets. Make CCMFans the easiest, most convinent place to find out Mariners news primarily but also some broader A-League news too.


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I just split this one out into a new thread.
If we could get a list of links to news outlets, or other sources like social media, other forums, whatever, whatever, that we want to monitor, that would be great :D

Also have to work out how it would work. Possibly create a new thread for each article, first post has excerpt and whatever images used - like if you post a link on Facebook - and then click through to the original content, whatever site it lives on. The rest of the thread for comments. This could get a bit spammy though, and then we will prob get a heap of double-ups where people are posting the same article in other threads. Not sure that is a huge problem though?

Anyway, links first, work out how it actually works next :D


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I'll do it in more detail when I get a chance in the next few days but this Twitter list is what I use for Australian Football. Has basically every football journalist, every Australian football specific media outlet, every governing body, every A-League side, the most relevant NPL sides, most of the players on Twitter and a few other miscellaneous people who post near exclusively about Australian football.


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