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RSS formats are fairly widely used, from news sites to blogs (all blogging platforms support, self-hosted or share-cropped), through ecommerce or classified sites such as Craisglist, though there have been shutdown in recent years.
RSS formats are fairly open (development/licensing processes/openness varies across variants) yet all encourage an open feed file ecosystem across the web which means that every application can produce or consume RSS feeds, without relying on terms of service, agreements or service-centric API.
See also: Atom IndieWeb Examples
All Known sites provide an RSS 2.0 feed for any page or feed by adding ?_t=rss to the URL. e.g.
Malcolm's site unicyclic.com provides RSS feeds for new posts and comments. It also supports rssCloud to register for updates. Any feed will only show updates for the last 24 hours, with the expectation being that subscribers and aggregators will store historical content if they want to. A period of 24 hours was chosen so that feed items could be edited by the author and re-syndicated.
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To get the feed of a single person use: https://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?lang=en-us&format=rss_200&id=USERID.
Unfortunately, the USERID is not the username, and to get the actual ID you either need to need to use the Flickr API or visit a 3rd party service, like http://idgettr.com/. At least you can specify set IDs as well to follow, the details are at https://www.flickr.com/services/feeds/.
There is also a way to get the feed of everyone you follow: https://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_friends.gne?lang=en-us&format=rss_200&id=USERID but in this case, USERID should be your own ID.
There is a documentation on this at https://www.flickr.com/services/feeds/.
"gallery:" becomes "gallery%3A" due to the URL encoding; only replace the USERNAME with the deviantArt username.
WordPress ( both .com and hosted sites ) nearly always have RSS feeds for the site, for the categories, the tags; even for comments, sitewise and per entry.
Examples: full site feed
full comments feed
post specific comments feed
Only trought 3rd pary , but it works.
For other feeds, like loved tracks, see .
Praise for RSS, example uses:
Problems Consuming RSS
There are many known problems consuming RSS feeds. See feed#Criticism for an extensive listing.
Use of the term "RSS" in conversation, whether online or in-person, has been ambiguously and interchangeably used to mean:
Causes Plumbing Misfocus
Discussion of RSS in the context of indieweb or openweb etc. typically causes everyone involved in such communication to shift their thinking / conversation to be plumbing-centric (since RSS is a format, not a user feature), instead of user-centric.
Solution: refocus the discussion on use-cases.
When someone asks "Why don't you support RSS?" or requests "Please use RSS":
Ask them, "What's the use case you're trying to solve?"
Then document the use-case, and how you're solving it with building blocks on your own website.
And keep the discussion focused on use-cases, rather than plumbing.
Feed File Criticisms
Main article: feed_file#Criticism
Instead of publishing/consuming RSS:
When using such alternatives, you should consider RSS or Atom's ubiquituous nature. Very few readers support Microformats at this point, compared to the thousands of self-hosted RSS feed readers.
Main article: feed#Shutdowns
This section specifically documents shutdowns or dropping of support for RSS feed files on sites, whether indieweb, corporate, and/or silos.
See the Wikipedia article on RSS for a more thorough history.
This section is a stub, please add to it to expand it to include notable events in the development of RSS.