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<abliss-> Ok, after a bunch of messing around, I have a version of tiny-tiny-rss that allows me to publish my republished-articles feed at a static sandstorm url!
<simpson> Nice. That sounds like a plateau of functionality.
<abliss-> I've been using my previously-posted 1.13.0 spk for a while, and it seems to be working OK -- but I almost exclusively use it through the mobile API, so I haven't tested the web interface throroughly. JacobWeisz[m] have you had a chance to try it out?
<JacobWeisz[m]> I honestly remember a borked SPK comment and didn't try anything.
<JacobWeisz[m]> I can look. Republished articles?
<abliss-> Yeah, the TTRSS interface lets you click a 'reshare' button, then it exports a feed of your reshared articles that othres can publish. Like an old-school retweet, i guess.
<abliss-> s/others can publish/others can subscribe/
<abliss-> and if anyone wants to subscribe to my personal feed of republished articles, it should show up at in just a few minutes
<JacobWeisz[m]> That's neat. I'll definitely play with that. When Ian gets the Powerbox based version running, do you think you'll be able to merge that feature in?
<JacobWeisz[m]> I have subscribed to your republished feed, but I have a suggestion.
<JacobWeisz[m]> The feed title should probably take in your display name or something. It was weird seeing "Published Articles" being the name of your feed.
<abliss> yeah, also the feed's self-advertised URL is wrong. Though, just like ian, "I only want to touch so much PHP" :)
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<JacobWeisz[m]> I love PHP.
<JacobWeisz[m]> Now that my PHP code works in Sandstorm I'll probably write more.
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<isd> I am in favor of ocdtrekkie writing the necessary PHP :P
<isd> to each their own.
<isd> I wonder if ttrss upstream would be open to a patch that made it detect the URL it was being fetch via and use that?
<isd> (I'd like to push stuff upstream as much as makes sense)
<abliss> at the moment, ttrss is serving at http://localhost:8080. I'm periodically curling that from within the grain and dumping the output to /var/www/rss.xml .
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<isd> You could probably patch up the URLs before dumping it into /var/www?
<abliss> yep, i could sed it or something. not sure if i can get the grain owner's display name from inside (no http headers)
<isd> Could probably put a proxy in front of ttrss and store it somewhere for later use.
<isd> We should work on merging some of these things.
<JacobWeisz[m]> I don't wanna ask upstream for anything, tbh.
<JacobWeisz[m]> The first time Jason tried didn't go well.
<abliss> yeah, the upstream BDFL isn't very civil or receptive.
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<isd> That's annoying.
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<isd> A little more robust, and makes slightly courser-grained requests.