fox wrote:>IOW, the slowness is entirely self-induced. It's not tt-rss nor is it my server. There are a couple of easy ways to "fix" it: 1) I could use the stop displaying an icon for each feed, or 2) I could subscribe to fewer feeds.
You could also set up your server correctly to set expires header for feed icons.
>Best would be load the icons via AJAX calls after the tt-rss page has been displayed.
Setting a large expires header for feed icons would help with the performance but it implies that I, as tt-rss admin, know more about each icon's lifetime than the feeds' owners. Philosophically, I have a problem with that.
I can't tell if your "Oh boy" is snarky or a legit comment that this would be hard to do in your code (and I haven't look at your code, yet.) I was trying to help identify why so many people are complaining about the same problem. Specifically, why so many people are seeing performance which is much worse then they got with Google Reader. If you would like a hand with this, I'm glad to help out. If not, I'll stay out of your way.
-- Art Z.