RSS Newsfeed - What's that?

RSS is the abbreviation for "Really Simple Syndication" and is a XML-based format to supply contents without any layout. A RSS-Feed consists of a XML-File, which contains current news, changes or other import information. Therefor it's a sort of a modern newsletter replacement.

How do I get the OKM Newsfeed?

You will need an up-to-date web browser like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Opera to view the contents of a RSS Newsfeed. Additional information about those browsers you can find at the end of this page. The contents of our RSS Newsfeed is available via the following link:

Internet Explorer

The Internet Explorer supplies a RSS-symbol at the right upper corner. Just click on that symbol to see an overview of all current topics. There you click onto subscribe to apply our newsfeed to your personal feeds.

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Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox

The Mozilla Firefox supplies a RSS-symbol at the right part of its address bar. Just click on that symbol to see an overview of all current topics. There you click onto subscribe to apply our newsfeed to your personal feeds.

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Mozilla Firefox

Opera

Opera supplies a RSS-symbol at the right part of its address bar. Just click on that symbol to see an overview of all current topics. There you click onto subscribe to apply our newsfeed to your personal feeds.

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Opera

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