I’m looking for more things to feed my #RSS feed reader! Has anyone got any suggestions? Or little personal tips and tricks people are using RSS for? Interested to hear!
What's your interest field?
I think there is a whole load of experience & discovery & healthy innovation to do around the idea of sharing sources between RSS instances I'm a big RSS fan & been using it since 2003 now, so I have a quite a bunch of identities, each handling their own collection of feeds, that's how I keep up with different topics without being overwhelmed by the noise/signal ratio..
@rmdes Pretty general at the moment, I’ve got a couple of hundred feeds in categories, but I’m always looking for more! I want to move away from things like reddit for aggregation so always looking for interesting things. I know a lot of people have blogrolls on their blogs which is super helpful! I know @kev stuck his OPML file on GitHub as well, which I think is an awesome idea.
I'm doing a new OPML with only #Indieweb enabled blogs, another for #ActivityPub people, it's far from finished but I will publish them once they have more sources.
Over the years I noticed that beyond more or less 300 sources, the stream becomes bloated & instead of finding things you can learn, read, adopt etc.. You end up scrolling junk.. To avoid this, one good trick is to have different categories & have some @kev - 1/2
@chris definitely will! Those that I'm collecting will be added to my WordPress indieweb blog/Yarn Micropub , so that I can test Microsub & native interactions with other indieweb blogs from the Indigenous mobile app, all from within my blog (no external RSS reader required)
A personal Mastodon server. If we're going to decentralise the web and wrestle some control back from the corporations who monetise our data, projects like this needs to be supported!