Tiny-Tiny-RSS

A PHP and Ajax feed reader (by torne)

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  • Ask HN: Is there any software you only made for your own use but nobody else?
    65 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Jul 2024
    I maintain a fork of tt-rss[0] that I use to follow blogs, podcasts, and YouTube. I wrote a podcatcher that used the back-end database, too.

    I forked it back in 2005 because the maintainer wasn't interested in the direction my patches were going. My version has diverged dramatically from the current version.

    I have no idea how many hours I've put into it over 19 years. It has needed surprisingly little care and feeding (which I'd attribute to it being a simple PHP app).

    I've used it nearly daily in the last 19 years.

    [0] https://tt-rss.org/

  • Tiny Tiny RSS
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Mar 2024
  • Dark UX doesn't work in the long run
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Feb 2024
    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 understand if it allows to just add custom RSS url. I was not sure which title-description was an actual pair. I struggled to find article boundaries - I scrolled while reading and it suddenly just closed that and opened another unrelated thing. I struggled to use categories. I struggled to stabilize the layout - every week or so it switched from a list, to two-pane thumbnails, then some other weird view. I tried to set up my custom view but it just toyed with me. It took me an embarrassing amount of time to figure out how to actually browse my feeds by publish time (instead of some random metric app thrown them at me).

    Dark theme just made it even harder - I had no idea what I'm looking at. I felt that I have more control over watching commercials on TV, than actually using Feedly.

    It made me start hosting TinyTinyRSS [0] app on public internet for me and friends for many years. When I finally turned off tt-rss instance (due to my servers going down permanently) I came back to feedly... to just realize I don't even try to use it any more. A decade old frustration ended up with simply uninstalling.

    [0] https://tt-rss.org/

  • Ask HN: How do you organize your life?
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Oct 2023
  • Post Will Not Go Viral
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Sep 2023
    > 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. https://tt-rss.org/

  • Unleashing the Potential of RSS; Harnessing Its Benefits for Everyday Learning
    1 project | dev.to | 12 Jul 2023
    Tiny Tiny RSS (TT-RSS) https://tt-rss.org/ 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 tool for individuals who prefer to have full control over their RSS reading experience. As a dedicated programmer and avid user of Tiny Tiny RSS (TT-RSS), I can confidently say that it is an exceptional self-hosted, open-source RSS feed reader. With TT-RSS, I have the freedom to personalize and fine-tune my RSS reading experience to perfection. Its lightweight web-based interface offers a seamless way to aggregate, organize, and access all my favorite content from a multitude of sources. TT-RSS has become an indispensable tool in my daily routine, empowering me to stay informed, discover new insights, and effortlessly manage my RSS feeds with ease. If you're a fellow developer seeking a powerful, customizable RSS reader, TT-RSS is an absolute game-changer.
  • Reddit restored the last six months of my comments after I deleted them with shreddit. They also deleted everything older that I had saved.
    4 projects | /r/privacy | 19 Jun 2023
    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?
  • Find Alternatives for Ourselves Megathread
    6 projects | /r/RedditAlternatives | 9 Jun 2023
    Tiny Tiny RSS
  • If you do happen to switch to an alternative, remember to also consider RSS syndication - it can be very useful
    4 projects | /r/RedditAlternatives | 6 Jun 2023
    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.
  • My collection of Ansible roles for self-hosting everything with Rocky Linux and FreeIPA
    17 projects | /r/selfhosted | 2 Jun 2023
    TinyTinyRSS feed aggregator
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