As I’ve run into trouble with my TinyTinyRSS install, I’m switching to FreshRSS, to see how that works for me.
My TinyTinyRSS has the issue where many calls to the file backend.php keep timing out. It seems to have as effect that feed updates are not coming through, and worse that the repeated resource use flagged something with my hoster, making them blocking my home IP. That’s a blunt instrument to wield without checking whether that IP is your client’s own IP, but still.
Next to TinyTinyRSS my hoster also supports FreshRSS for self-hosting, so I installed that. I wanted to try FreshRSS out anyway, so this is a good opportunity to make the switch.
This is a post about gluing some things together, and about the IndieWeb. It started, however, with a photo of a child on a bicycle.
I liked that photo, and I wanted to express that somehow in a public fashion.
I didn’t want to leave a comment on that blog post, as my aspirations were simply to ex...
I like that Peter likes to ‘like’ things he likes, and therefore built his own scripted process to like likeable things from his RSS reader. If we all like to like this way, then the world will be likes all the way down.