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My blogroll is automatically synced with my actual RSS reader’s OPML endpoint, and I think that’s kinda cool. https://jan.boddez.net/links

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  1. Jan Boddez Jan Boddez on

    Although I did of course steal the idea from @frank.

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  2. Beko Pharm Beko Pharm on

    @janboddez what about private feeds with tokens?

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  3. Jan Boddez Jan Boddez on

    @bekopharm Like how Wallabag lets you subscribe to a “secret” feed? I don’t currently use anything like that, but the next version of my plugin will come with a “blacklisting” feature, to prevent specific URLs from being imported. (Of course, I could already just hide them on the front end one way or another—categories come to mind.)

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  4. Beko Pharm Beko Pharm on

    @janboddez dunno about Wallabag. I’ve some subscriptions from rss feeders that crawl my social network streams and pull em in as RSS. They need a token, naturally. Granary.io for example.

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  5. Jan Boddez Jan Boddez on

    @bekopharm Okay, but the issue, I assume, is still that you’d rather not share the feed URL/token, right?

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  6. Jan Boddez on

    […] previously mentioned Aperture, the social feed aggregator, and OPML, and how I’m using this WordPress plugin to keep my Links list in sync with my feed reader’s OPML endpoint—I’m on a self-hosted Miniflux instance, although I might move everything over to Aperture […]

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