@kev Years and years ago, I started consolidating RSS feeds into Google Reader. When it died, I moved into Feedly, and I've been there since. RSS feeds come and go depending on my interests, but I have between 50 and 100 different feeds (I think, there's a lot of them) that I browse through on a regular basis. I'd like to move away from Feedly to something more Libre, but so far I've been too lazy. Every now and again I'll research alternatives, but I have yet to actually make the move.
I'm curious what sources people are using as well. I use reddit, hackernews, and a ton of slack channels (how I miss IRC).
For RSS specifically, the folks at @Framasoft are doing great work creating and supporting opensource services/software.
They have a hosted "Framanews", or you can download and host it yourself.
@mike doors feedly support OPML exporting? You can have an account on my FreshRSS server if you like.
@mike @kev I have TT-RSS running in a container on an old laptop that I use as a home server. I’ve been using Newsboat (terminal based reader) to connect to it which has a nice filtering system on it for article searches. I use WireGuard so I can reach the server from wherever while protecting it from unauthorized access. I’m just about to experiment with elfeed in emacs, which has similar functionality to Newsboat. You can connect to TT-RSS with it using a separate connector plugin, apparently.
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