a webbased feed aggregator inspired by lilina
I used Panayotis Vryonis' feed reader lilinia for a while and found it the best webbased reader with the best user interface available. It only had one problem: speed. A lilina page with items from my 50 or something subscribed feeds took ages to load. So I thought to simply add mysql database support.
Update: Eric Harmon improved my code and added many features that where missing. His code is available under the name lylina and available at sourceforge.
I put up an darcs repository and autogenerated snapshots. I have no time to support this as a real project and am happy if anyone adopts it. I will probably answer no questions or give any help on it - but you can try of course.
$> darcs get http://dev.splitbrain.org/darcs/lalina
Untar or fetch via darcs. Install the database with the provided
lalina.sql script. Add a first user with the following SQL (uses 'admin' as password - you can change it later):
INSERT INTO lalina_users SET login='admin', pass='$1$1397484d$xt7b9DtY9aJt3XWjAQwJ//';
Create a cronjob for the feed fetcher:
*/10 * * * * cd /path/to/lalina/ && /usr/bin/php4 fetch.php >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
Log in and add some feeds.