Do you use any RSS feed aggregator? :RSS:
Which one?

@jorge last summer, I gave a try to Thunderbird and Feedly. I use mainly Feedly.

@TritTriton @jorge I also use Feedly mostly on web. The app on Android also works well.

@jorge I actually use the calibre rss recipe thing! It's a very long way from perfect (like, over the horizon) but I really like it

@vidyasagar @jorge I have access to some web space through my work place. Else I'd use since these guys do a great job.

@jorge Since I already have a #Nextcloud server for many other purposes, I use a Nextcloud app called News:

@vidyasagar @jorge Get a GNU/Linux server (preferably running Ubuntu 18.04) and type: sudo snap install nextcloud
Literally you can then open your browser and type in the IP address (or domain) of your server and set up the #Nextcloud admin account and start using it.

@masoud @jorge Nice! Thanks! Do you have a home server? Or bought server space?

I also use News. Amazing rss feed reader.
Some feeds you can recommend?

@marknj This is a weird question :thinking_ie:​ Almost every website on the Internet has a feed. Look which websites are YOU interested in, and follow THEM. My interests are different than yours. For a start, follow Mastodon's official blog: ttps://

Was just interested in your tech news sources. No need to share if you don't want to.

Netvibes, but i want to change to a self hosted in the future

@jorge newsblur. I've always been very happy with it.

@jorge Thanks for asking this question! The topic and the replies have been useful

I use newsblur and like that the most, but I've also successfully used tt-rss and Nextcloud news. Somehow newsblur seems the snappiest on mobile. I'm using the centralised server though.

Yep. Currently Inoreader, but I'm interested in switching to the paid form of Newsblur. :)

@Jorge S :oa: @rpcutts The last I.used was Tiny-RSS, supposedly federated with fellow Tiny-RSS to make it have a Google Reader feel.
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