A beautiful program to read your RSS/Atom feeds right in the terminal! - GitHub - TypicalAM/goread: A beautiful program to read your RSS/Atom feeds right in the terminal!
Mixed laterality since 1968
Creating a command-line application to discover feeds for a given URL.
Make Your RSS Feed Discoverable (1 mins read).
Why and how you should make it possible to automagically discover your feed(s).
I'm glad it took 10 years to monetize RSS feeds and in the meantime we replaced them with disfunctional social networks that destroyed what remained of democracy and enabled global rise of fascism. Ah!
Vlado Vince (@mejs)Tue, 08 Dec 2020 14:27 GMT
Increasingly finding technical blogs without RSS feeds, while not fancy tech it really aid at least me seeing your content. I want to become your subscriber. So when your statically deploying your fancy jamstack blogs, consider including an RSS feed maybe?
Tim Nash (@tnash)Wed, 24 Jun 2020 08:33 +0000
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.
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