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RSS reader example #1

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srid opened this issue Apr 22, 2021 · 7 comments
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RSS reader example #1

srid opened this issue Apr 22, 2021 · 7 comments
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srid commented Apr 22, 2021

Take OPML as a part of model and create a website that displays the latest items in the feeds ... all neatly organized, with per-day routes.

The other part of model would be a record of last-updated time, and the fetched items. We will need to cache this data on disk, so as to be able to resume from it when relaunching the app.

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srid commented Apr 30, 2021

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srid commented Apr 30, 2021

This could as well support data sources other than RSS (like slownews), such as reddit, HN & lobste.rs. Or even a custom source like r/TheMotte's CW barelinks repo.

Feedly has a similar model: you can add .rss feeds, but also data from established sources (Twitter, reddit, etc.)

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srid commented Apr 30, 2021

Leverage .org format and do it as part of orgself? cf. https://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/org-feed.html

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srid commented May 2, 2021

https://github.com/osmoscraft/osmosfeed

A web-based RSS reader running entirely from your GitHub repo.

Demo https://github.com/srid/feeds

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srid commented May 19, 2021

Tangential: https://octo.github.com/projects/flat-data

https://github.com/marketplace/actions/flat-data

Flat Data is a GitHub action which makes it easy to fetch data and commit it to your repository as flatfiles. The action is intended to be run on a schedule, retrieving data from any supported target and creating a commit if there is any change to the fetched data.

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srid commented May 30, 2021

Tangential only, but interesting nonetheless (aggregating links in github issues): https://github.com/headllines/hackernews-weekly

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srid commented Sep 2, 2021

Not RSS per se, but https://github.com/srid/TheMotteDashboard uses Ema and it reads reddit and generates static pages, as well as generates a Atom feed of its timeline.

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