Although it took some fiddling to make all this happens, now that the fiddling is fiddled, it just works: I click the star in FreshRSS and the favourite appears on this list, in this RSS feed, and, should the blog I favourited the link from support Webmentions, as a “like” on the original post.
Peter, this is excellent work. I love how these IndieWeb technologies can enhance a website. Out of curiosity, I’ll take a look at FreshRSS but I doubt that many RSS readers support it. Maybe someday, things like this will be trivial for the non-technologist (aka people who don’t do their own oil changes).
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Khürt Williams29th October 2019 at 11:02 AM
It took longer than I expected, but I have a self-hosted installation of FreshRSS which I can access via Reeder on macOS, iPad, iOS and the web. This install has been on my to-do for a while. If FreshRSS performs well on my server, I may cancel my Feedbin subscription.
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Peter Rukavina28th June 2019 at 12:48 PM
FreshRSS is an RSS reader, similar to Google Reader, Feedly, etc.
Khürt Williams28th June 2019 at 1:29 PM
Thanks. I checked out the link. I use Feedbin. It's supported by a lot of iOS and macOS feed readers. Unfortunately, FreshRSS is not so I'll file that link away until it is.
Khürt Williams29th October 2019 at 4:31 PM
Now that Reeder supports FreshRSS, I finally got around to installing FreshRSS on my server. Fingers crossed.