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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

@petra didn't know calibre was able to do that. Cool!

@vidyasagar @jorge I have access to some web space through my work place. Else I'd use uberspace.de 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: apps.nextcloud.com/apps/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?

@masoud
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://blog.joinmastodon.org/index.xml

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

@jorge I use Liferea. It meets my very simple needs.

@jorge
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

@jorge
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.

@jorge
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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