Got tired of a few shortcomings with Feedly (inability to add feed directly from firefox or to have private RSS feeds), so have migrated to a self-hosted tt-rss install. Components: VPS from Host-US ($15 / year) running Centos 7 tt-rss installation tt-rss feedly plugin (some 3rd party apps supporting syncing to this) tt-rss app for …
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Why can’t readers decide on a common configuration file that stores subscribed feeds (obviously), items read in those feeds and so on. This could then be stored either locally or more usefully in the “cloud” on Dropbox, Box.com, a personal WebDAV location, etc allowing multiple readers to keep up to date.
As Google are ditching Reader, you might want to move to a self-hosted tt-rss install instead. If you’ve already set up an EC2 instance with ansible, just follow this playbook.