Google Reader is going away in a week or so, and my friends have been asking me where I’m migrating all of my feed reading activities to. The answer for me is a combination of Flipboard and Feedly (both of which I recommend), but for those who prefer a more traditional Reader-style UI and also to retain ownership of their data, running tinytinyRSS is a possible alternative. I’d heard about it, but was tipped off to it again by my friend Dave Neary over at Red Hat 🙂
tinytinyRSS is a PHP application and needs a MySQL or PostgreSQL database. It offers the ability to import an OPML file (basically an XML format for listing RSS subscriptions), as well as various other capabilities and plugins.
Since we launched Cloud Foundry Hosted Developer Edition (aka CF v2) last week, I thought I’d find out how much effort it would be to…
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