I use https://aperture.p3k.io/ as the #Microsub feed reader - supports more than just RSS and has a tonne of clients like https://monocle.p3k.io/ or https://indigenous.realize.be
Features I Want In My Social Reader (6 mins read).
What sort of functionality do I want in my social reader, so I can follow awesome people's thoughts more easily?
Recommended read: One Year in the IndieWeb https://theadhocracy.co.uk/wrote/one-year-in-the-indieweb/
I'm quite heavily into the IndieWeb movement, in which we've designed a new standard Microsub which allows for a slightly better API than "regular" RSS/Atom readers, as it allows for you to use different feed formats on the backend. It also splits between the client and the server quite nicely, so I can use Indigenous for Android when on the move, and Monocle when I'm on the desktop. The best thing about the standard, aside from allowing extensible feed parsing, is that I can use different clients to read it, instead of relying on a single provider - which I believe we've seen with some of the RSS/Atom readers around currently.
The server I use is Aperture, built and run by Aaron Parecki, and I subscribe to a mix of RSS/Atom, JSON Feed and Microformats2 feeds
A great writeup of what sounds like a great session!
Recommended read: #Redecentralize 2019 Session: IndieWeb Decentralized Standards and Methods https://tantek.com/2019/301/b1/redecentralize-indieweb-standards-methods
The IndieWeb Movement: Owning Your Data and Being the Change You Want to See in the Web (22 mins read).
A look at what the IndieWeb is, why you should care, and how to get started with it.
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