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Tiny Tiny RSS

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  • Dark UX doesn't work in the long run
    I just want to vent here a bit: Feedly is the only app I ditched because I did not understand the interface. AT ALL. I tried multiple times, like really hard, over the course of 2-3 years, and all it delivered was a feeling of being insanely stupid. I started my attempts around 2012 (kind of around Google killing Reader). I could not understand if that app even deliver that same functionality as Reader, could not... - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
  • Ask HN: How do you organize your life?
    Write things down! All the weird things and ideas, put them into categories and write them down. This categories can also have a to do list. Use some kind of calendar. Try to not read the news on the internet too much. Use a RSS reader. Notes: Simplenote I use it with nvpy on Linux Calendar: Tiny Tiny RSS Reader for selfhosting:... - Source: Hacker News / 8 months ago
  • Post Will Not Go Viral
    > I want to host my own RSS server though and then maybe use a native reader to view it, like an RSS of RSS feeds. I've been using Tiny Tiny RSS to do this for years. It works very well. - Source: Hacker News / 9 months ago
  • Unleashing the Potential of RSS; Harnessing Its Benefits for Everyday Learning
    Tiny Tiny RSS (TT-RSS) is a self-hosted, open-source RSS feed reader that provides a lightweight and customizable solution for managing and reading RSS feeds. It offers a simple web-based interface, allowing users to aggregate, organize, and access their favorite content from various sources in one centralized location. With its extensibility and robust feature set, TT-RSS offers a powerful... - Source: / 11 months ago
  • Reddit restored the last six months of my comments after I deleted them with shreddit. They also deleted everything older that I had saved.
    I would recommend Tiny Tiny RSS or FreshRSS as examples but you can use anything you want, there's plenty of them. Why would you want to pay for something like this? Source: 11 months ago
  • If you do happen to switch to an alternative, remember to also consider RSS syndication - it can be very useful
    Back when I was using Tiny Tiny RSS I've developed af_feedmod to download the article from the linked webpage so you'd end up with a full feed. This was later forked into FeedIron and seems to be somewhat popular by now. Source: 12 months ago
  • If you do happen to switch to an alternative, remember to also consider RSS syndication - it can be very useful
    I believe Google killing their feedreader site helped kill off RSS, combined with the rise of Facebook and other sites wanting to keep eyeballs on their site. I switched over to TinyTiny RSS and have several hundred sites I follow. Source: 12 months ago
  • The weird thing about newsletters
    My solution may not be for everyone, but I use tt-rss ( on a private webserver I run at home. It aggregates and organizes feeds as I wish, then supplies its own RSS feeds that consist of the items it got from the other feed. You can read the feeds using the web interface, and/or using any other RSS reader software you wish. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Google Reader Inspired RSS Reader
    A shout out for Tiny Tiny RSS[1] for a self-hosted feed reader. I used a heavily modified fork from years ago but the current version looks pretty good. (I made a couple of really simple contributions back in the day but decided maintaining my own fork was the easy path. The maintainer has a reputation for being a bit prickly to deal with.) [1] - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Switch from all Apple apps?
    I have a couple of Raspberry Pi's, I'm thinking to designate one as a TTRSS server (currently my feeds are with NetNewsWire + iCloud), maybe also my own xBrowserSync backend and other small things. NAT traversal is not a problem thanks to Tailscale, so looking for more small things to self-host. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Inbox for Everything? [RSS, Mastodon, Links, "Stuff"]
    All these feeds end up in my Tiny Tiny RSS instance which has further filters/automated labeling. I sometimes "star" articles which I want to read later. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Organising my bookmarks and stuff has been a nightmare!
    Inoreader is an online service offered by a company. If you don't want anybody to know what feeds you follow, you're going to have to use an offline RSS reader like Feedbro or install a client like Tiny Tiny RSS on your own server. Source: over 1 year ago
  • The absolute audacity of Apple Podcasts
    I own an iPhone but also don't use Apple's built-in functionality unless it supports standards-based services that I can self-host (CalDAV, IMAP, etc). I pull podcasts into my forked version of tt-rss[0] and use a script to pull down the enclosures onto my local webserver. I play the episodes using Safari (which, admittedly, is a sub-optimal experience) on my iPhone. (In my dreams I'd write an HTML5 front-end to... - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • Serving an RSS reader and a browser best way?
    What you do, is use something like Tiny Tiny RSS: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Gripes with RSS after one week
    There are RSS readers like Tiny Tiny RSS [1] which are able to do exactly that (in this case using a PHP port of Mozilla's library [2]). Does not work in 100% of cases but is a really useful thing. [1] [2] - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • Ask HN: What services/apps are you self-hosting?
    I've been hosting a fork of Tiny Tiny RSS[0] since 2005. Moving it between servers and Postgres instance has been easy and I like having the old data in perpetuity. [0] - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • RSS from Invidious
    ... Else there are various open source choices some self-hosted; e.g. tt-rss_org but I haven't tried any of them. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I want to love Vivaldi, I really do!
    Personally I set up Tiny Tiny RSS on a VPS and haven't looked back. It's how I keep up with my news and it works well for me. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What discontinued thing do you really want brought back?
    Fuck, I loved Google Reader. I have a self-hosted instance of TinyTinyRSS that gets the job done but Google Reader was basically perfect. Source: over 1 year ago
  • 35 thought-provoking websites that will help you learn new things - AI powered research assistant, list of Rss feed readers, open links from the web in apps instead
    Https:// free and open source web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Similar to Feedly, but with more free feeds?
    Doesn't look as nice as Feedly, but Tiny Tiny RSS is a great option. It is self-hosted, so you will need a machine to run it on. Source: almost 2 years ago

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