I like the added functionality of my feed aggregator’s “native” web client, and miss the Micropub goodness of my age-old Microsub reader. Glad to see the two of them “just work” together, though!
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.
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