Interesting - but unclear whether this leverages Windows RSS Platform for the sync services...
Microsoft Sync Framework includes a number of providers that support common data sources. Although you can write custom providers for these data sources, it is recommended that you use the providers that we supply wherever possible. This can minimize development time and enable you to reuse existing tested code. The following providers are included:
- Sync Services for ADO.NET: Synchronization for ADO.NET enabled data sources
- Sync Services for File Systems: Synchronization for files and folders
- Sync Services for SSE: Synchronization for Simple Sharing Extensions (SSE) such as RSS and ATOM feeds
RSS Feeds and Web services provided by an external organization such as Amazon or EBay are both examples of simple participants. These organizations may give you the ability to execute Web services and get results back, but they do not give you the ability to create your own data stores or the ability to execute your own applications on their Web servers.