Unless I haven't looked hard enough, I want:
* Reader software that can easily install onto a LNMP stack
* Runs in the browser (Desktop & Mobile)
* Has a UI that's extremely similar to Reader - including the inbox system!
* Is FLOSSy (No license preference)
* Prevent this from ever happening again (no vendor lock in!). It's also free.
* An app is fine but I have reader set to my homepage - it literally is my news source.
* Unlike others, I prefer the inbox system. Too many feeds? Unsubscribe.
* See point #1.
* ownCloud is mainly for LAMP but also works on Nginx (which I presume is the N): http://owncloud.org
* it’s a web app, and there are several mobile clients: https://github.com/owncloud/news#mobile-clients
* simple UI. What do you mean by »Inbox system«? (If it’s »unread items«, we have that)
* it’s open source, AGPL v3, code up at https://github.com/owncloud/news
* Plus: We have an API so anyone can code apps for it: https://github.com/owncloud/news/wiki/API-1.2
What do you think?
Yeah, we’re focused on Apache, but there’s documentation for Nginx and others at https://github.com/owncloud/documentation/blob/stable5/admin...
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You can use some css themes to have tiny tiny rss to look like google reader.
I tried fever for a while but stuck with Tiny tiny, for me it works better due to the customization options and lower server footprint.
About the worst thing I can say about it is that the main developer is rather abrasive.
My own weblog is too small to be much use, but Referer data I have suggests it's mostly Feedly. Unfortunately the Feedly scraper doesn't include the number of subscribers in its request headers. And these days the Referer header isn't nearly as useful as it used to be.
What I really need is something that's going to let me manage podcast feeds with a web interface, and sync those feeds to an Android app automatically. Any suggestions? I'm still using Google Listen even though it was abandoned ages ago, just because it gets this particular feature right.
I tried a bunch of different free and paid apps, but I settled on Pocket Casts, which wasn't free. I'm happy with it - it syncs cross device, it has good config options, it looks gorgeous. I don't think there's a web interface, so it might not be the best for you.
While Feedburner still exists, I doubt it'll be around for much longer. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
* I acknowledge some used Thunderbird or other clients to access RSS, however the majority used Reader which made the load much lower.
Scraping every 15 minutes = 96 hits/user/day or other 'inconsiderate' options.
In any event consider whether it is is desirable for readers to automatically know about site updates, and to be able to catch up if they have missed a few, versus expecting them to manually visit.
Unfortunately we can't tell what the reason is behind the Dilbert change. It could range from a pre-emptive removal anticipating feedburner going away through some higher up deciding that the site is so important that people will manually visit instead. The only certain thing is they didn't have to make the change for technical reasons now.
One thing I can be certain of is that anyone in a company defending the provision/use of RSS will have a lot harder time due to Reader going away.
Most positive thing is that it was dead easy to import my Reader feed selection.
It would most definitely be weird if Google killing Reader gave AOL some relevance again.