You could try newsreader (http://newsreader.linuxnews.pl/). It's a PHP
interface onto an NNTP server. Quite nicely laid out and the code is
fairly good in that you can customise to what you need.
You could also have a look at DNews (http://www.netwinsite.com), is a
commerical news server, but is free for educational institutions for use
and comes with a web front end for people to read and post.
On Wed, 19 Apr 2000, It appears Mel said.......
>> The ol' web team on UL computer society are looking to promote their local
> news server to the users. The last few years and the decline in the
> average linux skill of the user has let to the decline of a great service.
>> In an atteempt to fix it up, we are trying to mirror the innd information
> on the web as painlessly as possible but freshmeat and search engines
> showed up squat.
>> Any suggestions? We are looking for something simple - not applets or the
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> List maintainer: listmaster at linux.ie>
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