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    One more argument to move to miniflux.

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      Paid hosting sign ups are closed there. Which is too bad, I don’t really want to self host this since it only works with postgres, and I have no other reason to setup/run/maintain postgres.

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        That does tend to be annoying, but my experience with maintaining postgres for my email setup so far has been to 1) set it up, 2) configure backups &c and 3) forget about it. So if you’re willing to put in the up-front work it’s probably pretty painless.

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          Postgres has a pretty easy-to-use docker container, which would probably be adequate for this use.

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            Except when trying to migrate to another major postgres release, which isn’t all that easy with those containers.

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              In that case and for this use I’d probably just do a dump and restore. There’s no downtime limitation, so that seems like it should be adequate.

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          I’d never heard of this but just installed it, it’s cool. Light in resources, Debian package repo, clear installation instructions and it feels faster than ttrss. I’ve been using and advocating ttrss for years, but this might be my switch moment. The content parsing is better and it does not require an app on mobile. With ttrss I cannot subscribe to a feed in the ios app…

          Thank you!

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            The only thing that keeps me from ditching ttrss is that miniflux seems to have no ability to adjust the sorting. I prefer to have the newest articles on top on the first page.

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              Under Settings there seems to be a sort option. I also want newest on top: https://i.postimg.cc/bN85Jvwn/Selectie-0988.png

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                Nice thanks!

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          Another alternative is FreshRSS which works wonderfully on mobile in the browser.