Tweeps 2 OPML

Brett Slatkin, Website, Jan 19, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This is a nice project. It looks at your list of friends (or, in an update, the people on a list), scans their Twitter account to find their URL, then scans their URL for the associated RSS or Atom feed (if any). On finding the RSS feed, it adds it to an OPML file that people can import into their RSS feed reader. Why is this good? Because when you share via RSS, you don't need the approval or support of a centralized service like Twitter. One day this will be important. Here's the code in Git for Tweeps2OPML, written in Go.

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