I am using RSSOwl for the moment and since a couple of years but I am considering to switch to another RSS Reader because I want to get rid of Java and also I want to get a portable RSS Reader.
QuiteRSS is for me the most interesting alternative to RSSOwl, but something is still holding me from switching definitively to it because of the lack of "News Bin" in it.
As you may know, the "News Bin" are used for copying or moving some news from a given feed to a designated "News Bin".
This is a very handy feature because you may keep in a single place all the news pertaining to a unique subject and at the same time you may, if you wish, eliminate these news from the feed they came from originally.
This way, you may keep in each feed only the news that you have not yet read or that you don't know yet what to do with and send the other news at a more appropriate place where to keep this news for a future consultation.
That is the way I work with RSSOwl for the moment and I would really like to see this feature being incorporated to QuiteRSS in order that I may switch to it in a near future.
Thank you very much for your listening and eventually for your comprehension.