In my ongoing quest to retire nnrss in favor of nnshimbun in Gnus, I (Balso made a generic RSS shimbun for feeds which do not contain the full (Bcontent (which seems to become more and more common these days). It is (Bsimilar to what rss-hash does for feeds with published content. (B (BI called this shimbun rss-blogs, since it already tries to detect some (Bpopular blogging engines (Google Blogger a.k.a. Blogspot, WordPress and (BTypePad) to extract the post contents. So far this has worked pretty (Bwell for me, but if you encounter a site that uses one of those engines (Band where the content extraction fails, please let me know and I'll try (Bto adapt the regexps. (B (BHowever, rss-blogs is of course not restricted to those engines. You can (Buse it with any feed and manually specify regexps for content-start and (Bcontent-end, just like with rss-hash. Please look into the variable (Bshimbun-rss-blogs-group-url-regexp for details. (B (BRegards, (BDavid (B (B By the way, I first could not get rss-hash to work, since it is (Bexplicitly excluded in the function shimbun-servers-list (and the same (Bapplies to atom-hash). Is this a bug?