Publishing an OPML Blogroll With Hugo

Hugo is the static site generating content management system that I use to publish this website. It works really well, and has some deep functionality that I’m not even touching. For instance, it can parse data files while generating the site - including JSON and XML - and can use the content of those files to display information on web pages. I was going to follow some recipes that I found online, but they involved converting the OPML file into JSON to be read by Hugo....

April 1, 2024 · 4 min

Trying NetNewsWire again...

So, after switching to Safari RSS for a couple of months, and really liking the simple (i.e., nonexistent) interface and unified display, I finally got fed up with the quirks in the Safari implementation. Sometimes it would take 15 minutes for a large feed set to display, pegging the CPU at 100% for the whole time (this was most obvious when viewing my Flickr feeds, which could have 500 images, each of which are downloaded apparently simultaneously)....

September 26, 2005 · 2 min

Subscription Management in NetNewsWire?

I might be missing something obvious, but it seems to be more difficult than necessary to organize subscriptions in NetNewsWire. I've got 377 feeds, and sometimes I need to go into my subscriptions list to find stuff, rather than just living in the "New Items" folder (where I do spend about 98% of my time in NNW). One problem I'm having is that there doesn't seem to be a "list all subscriptions"...

March 24, 2005 · 2 min