support RSS. I follow about 100 different channels through NewsBlur and really don't want to be forced to use whatever interface Google decides is best for me this week. Does anyone have a solution lined up?
*Oh, I see there's a rate limit on how often you can call the API. So it will be a pain in the butt but still pretty easy then.
It seems to be working well with this feed:
I'll put it up on github shortly if anybody wants. I think I get 50 million API points per day, so it should always be enough, especially if Newsblur respects the channel TTL tag.
Lemme know what you think, feel free to start using it at that URL unless somebody has a better idea!
Under the RSS reader option is a link from which an OPML file of your subscriptions may be downloaded:
The feed URLs all follow the pattern of:
These same URLs are also being linked to from channel pages.
Unlike the GData feeds, the items in these are just the text description without thumbnails or duration. The available items do appear current from what I have seen thus far, however.
Here's some xsl that I wrote to reformat the subscription manager takeout ... ompl into something that can be copied and pasted for channels subscribed to in youtube.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>After recovering (subscribing to) almost all the sites that I was following but not subscribed to, I then used the ompl exporter *again* from youtube, and then newsblur's ompl *importer* to just redo my youtube folder.
<xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"; version="1.0">
<xsl:output omit-xml-declaration="yes" indent="yes" />
<xsl:template match="*[contains(@xmlUrl, 'youtube.com')]">
* <xsl:value-of select="@xmlUrl"/> - <xsl:value-of select="@title"/>
And now all the channels are regenerated, so all I have to do is fiddle my training and ... status quo ante.
And this is already live, so you can either wait a few minutes for your youtube feed to get fetched or just right-click them and insta-fetch. Let me know if you've got any issues. Thanks for your help everybody!
I used the feed to include our Youtube videos on our website (and be able to search them using a keyword).
The new URL would be https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?user=woltexnl
Problem that I encountered is that when I test it with a Youtube user with a lot of vidoes it only shows the last 15.
Not a huge problem at the moment but it will be once we added the 16th video. Is there any way to add commands to show more or show the next 15?
With the old RSS you could give additional commands.
This gave the first 50.
I tried these additional comments to the new feed but they don't work. :(
The problem is that this "works", it's just not validating: