Here’s what that looks like right now, by the way. Regular ole’ feed reader that supports IndieAuth, h-feed (and Atom and RSS and all that), Microformats, (user-configurable) web scraping, Microsub (well, partially), Micropub (behind a switch) and WebSub (for now), and is 99% translatable.
Which one is better?
A Microsub reader.
A feed aggregator and reader (and Microsub server).
Kinda just went for it with thinned down nail polish. Doesn’t look too horrible from the right angle.
Just fooling around.
Need a logo of sorts.
Minor tweaks. Single entry view, Windows Edge.
A more minimal “just-an-RSS-reader” approach I can live with just fine, for now.
Which ... looks like this, right now.
I, uh, built a thing. Know it’s ugly, still. It’s a traditional RSS reader … that supports Microformats feeds and—for now, at least—IndieAuth. And there will be a Microsub-compatible API. (The web app itself isn’t Microsub-driven.) Runs on nearly any shared hosting environment.
Not horrible at all (scratches aside).
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