Is there any /#Atom feed editing software?

RSS/Atom is just a file, so in theory I could upload that somewhere and people can just access it and keep up to date, rather than install a massive CMS system. I could hand write XML, but is there anything better?

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I know it's 2019 and the tech giants have killed RSS/Atom, but damn it! We can bring it back!

@wolfie me too. What feed reader(s) do you use? I have TinyTinyRSS installed on my server, but I want to move away from that

@ebel I just use feedly, which I moved to from Google reader πŸ˜„

@ebel @wolfie I was just thinking of moving to TTRSS - curious why you’re thinking of switching?

@ebel yikes. Over the last few years I've seen example after example of the TT-RSS devs failing to be thoughtful, kind people. It's often just like what you've posted on your blog: a stream of ableist insults because you asked for help.

@ebel @wolfie I really like Selfoss but it looks like there's not much development going on currently. It works fine though, just some minor inconveniences.

@lasombra @ebel I mostly subscribe to youtube channels and comics, I tried subbing to a news site years ago and it was ridiculous the number of feed items I got! If I want the news I visit a news site πŸ™‚

@wolfie @ebel didn't know you could subscribe to YouTube channels. I have podcasts, news sites, blogs and all sorts of stuff. I cannot live without RSS.

@lasombra @ebel yeah you can even export your subscriptions from youtube and import them all to the rss reader, which is pretty nifty! I did it when I heard they were going to start doing ~algorithms~ on the sub box , also I can save videos for later more easily in my rss reader πŸ˜„

@ebel It's still a thing. I use Palemoon and I see it on some websites I visit

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