Greg Hughes once had a LiveJournal Blog and the only remnant of his blog was an RSS Feed/Archive. Now that he runs dasBlog he wanted to move his old content foward into dasBlog. So, we googled a bit and couldn't find a tool that would take an RSS (2.0) feed as input and put the entries into dasBlog.
So we made one over lunch, and here it is: RSStoDasBlog.zip (219.29 KB)
RSStoDasBlog.exe MyRssFile.xml "C:\documents and settings\whatever\dasblog\content"
Use it like this by pointing it to the RSS file and your (local) dasBlog content folder. It will create all the needed dayentry.xml files for you to upload to your remote blog. It will also (I think) take an http:// url to an RSS file and could be used to (possible as a service?) steal RSS and mirror them in dasBlog. Thanks to Jerry (Chris) Maguire's RSS Framework that showed up first in Google and saved me the time of running XSD.exe on an RSS XML schema. Apparently he has even newer stuff on his site. It's got a few more moving parts than I think it needs to, but it did the job with a few changes that I marked with my initials; SDH.