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by Saliency
24 Apr 2013, 18:25
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: Make user data export include non-archived shared articles.
Replies: 3
Views: 2104

Make user data export include non-archived shared articles.

Hi I did an export and noticed I was "missing data". (my published articles.) After scratching my head a bit I realized that this is because published articles are not archived until the feed is unsubscribed. The plugin does what it says; it exports stared and archived articles. Thoughts: ...
by Saliency
22 Apr 2013, 05:33
Forum: Support
Topic: Plugin to import Starred/Shared from Google Reader
Replies: 63
Views: 38042

Re: Plugin to import Starred/Shared from Google Reader

FYI, I was able to use this script to import 3,740 articles. I had to add ]} to the end of the shared.json file google provided. After this it worked fine.
by Saliency
20 Apr 2013, 00:12
Forum: Development
Topic: Editing article titles before they're stored
Replies: 1
Views: 1127

Re: Editing article titles before they're stored

I don't know if it is the best way but one way you could do it which would be easy is to add an insert trigger to the DB.
You also can blast all your old data while you are at it.
by Saliency
19 Apr 2013, 21:54
Forum: Development
Topic: Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Replies: 9
Views: 5912

Re: Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS

Ya people don't get that if they are no the customer(paying) that they are the product.
by Saliency
19 Apr 2013, 00:11
Forum: Development
Topic: Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Replies: 9
Views: 5912

Re: Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS

The thing I most like about AWS is the potential for deploying a tt-rss instance without ever needing to log into linux. I think it could open up the product to a class of users. If digital ocean, rackspace, frog pond, or some and others let you script an install it would be good to have the script ...
by Saliency
18 Apr 2013, 02:01
Forum: Development
Topic: Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Replies: 9
Views: 5912

Re: Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS

Great info cqrt. I'm running a few less feeds then you. My price last month was .23 I think most of the AWS charged me rage comes from folks that by mistake turn on two linux instances. This is pure speculation, but I wonder if they will ever stop the free tier. They have that windows beanstock box ...
by Saliency
17 Apr 2013, 19:41
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: More robust handling of feeds with errors.
Replies: 7
Views: 2490

Re: More robust handling of feeds with errors.

The xmllint plugin worked. Thanks for the pointers guys. I know it is slow but it might be nice to include it in the build. Just off by default and with the note that this will slow your shit down.
by Saliency
17 Apr 2013, 19:30
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: More robust handling of feeds with errors.
Replies: 7
Views: 2490

Re: More robust handling of feeds with errors.

[quote="ibreakcellphones"]Did the xmllint fix help?
Not yet still mucking around with it.
by Saliency
17 Apr 2013, 17:54
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: More robust handling of feeds with errors.
Replies: 7
Views: 2490

Re: More robust handling of feeds with errors.

Ah sorry, ya should have known.
by Saliency
17 Apr 2013, 17:34
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: More robust handling of feeds with errors.
Replies: 7
Views: 2490

More robust handling of feeds with errors.

I don't think tt-rss is wrong per say but think it could handle feeds with errors better. I have 4 feeds that turn on and off for days until they don't have errors in them then they get pulled by tt-rss until they get an error again. Example feed with error : http://feeds.feedburner.com/marginalrevo...
by Saliency
16 Apr 2013, 16:13
Forum: Development
Topic: Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Replies: 9
Views: 5912

Resources for running tt-rss on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

This is a bit of a work in progress and in many ways I don't know what the hell I am doing but this is what I have so far and it may be useful for some. First why AWS. 1) It is basically free to run a single linux micro instance. **** You get charge for bandwidth but unless you are hosting 10 other ...
by Saliency
10 Apr 2013, 17:19
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: share between users?
Replies: 9
Views: 3686

Re: share between users?

Defiantly a plugin.

I'm a semantic web nut, that said what I think would be best is to actually have comments stored in another service. The tt-rss (or any rss-reader) plugin would subscribe to that service and display comments as desired.
by Saliency
09 Apr 2013, 18:20
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: share between users?
Replies: 9
Views: 3686

Re: share between users?

Each user has a feed.

Also note that tt-rss ability to expose stuff as rss is amazing. ANY view (search, label, filter, tag, ect) can be exposed as an rss feed for others (or yourself) to subscribe to. This is an incredibly powerful feature.

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