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by nic
23 Apr 2013, 20:27
Forum: Support
Topic: How to publish tt-rss feed on my website?
Replies: 3
Views: 1636

Re: How to publish tt-rss feed on my website?

For all non-wordpress use-cases (or even in Wordpress, not sure if that is an option for some people), I'll just point to a javascript widget I made for myself to share my published tt-rss feed: https://github.com/nhoening/gritttt-rss ... red-widget
by nic
09 Apr 2013, 19:26
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: share between users?
Replies: 9
Views: 2854

Re: share between users?

I love that feature, too. I even display the shared feed in a widget on my website. Here is my code if you want that, too: https://github.com/nhoening/gritttt-rss ... red-widget
by nic
02 Apr 2013, 01:36
Forum: Support
Topic: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GReader
Replies: 52
Views: 23319

Re: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GRea

Have you told phpmyadmin that the encoding of the .sql file you are importing is UTF-8? I remember there was a way to do that when you choose the file to import. What is the sql name of imported (shared and starred) items? (ttrss_xxx ?) I would like to control coding these in phpmyadmin. Not sure wh...
by nic
01 Apr 2013, 14:05
Forum: Support
Topic: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GReader
Replies: 52
Views: 23319

Re: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GRea

I'm not sure where your coding problem comes about. The screenshot also doesn't really give me information about the source of your problem. I know a guy who imported all his japanese articles successfully, so I was pretty happy with UTF-8 performance of this whole thing :\ Is this the same for a lo...
by nic
01 Apr 2013, 00:32
Forum: Support
Topic: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GReader
Replies: 52
Views: 23319

Re: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GRea

Did you read what I wrote further down in the README? > When importing a large file with SQL statements (and yours might already be pretty large), phpMyAdmin might by default abort after a while but should offer to resume. Depending on file size, multiple operations might be necessary, so read caref...
by nic
28 Mar 2013, 16:37
Forum: Development
Topic: Import shared/starred items from GReader: Postgres support
Replies: 10
Views: 2632

Re: Import shared/starred items from GReader: Postgres suppo

Cool. No shared items, though?
by nic
28 Mar 2013, 15:51
Forum: Themes and plugins
Topic: pinterest, owncloud, pocket, tweet, etc social plugins
Replies: 68
Views: 66457

Re: pinterest, owncloud, pocket, tweet, etc social plugins

Thanks, Fox. I updated instructions and linked Flattr to my github, so any development can take place there. Some plugins are really simple, but some are actually quite a contribution and will probably change over time. Any authors of the latter kind, I suggest you let us know if you are up for taki...
by nic
28 Mar 2013, 15:35
Forum: Development
Topic: Import shared/starred items from GReader: Postgres support
Replies: 10
Views: 2632

Re: Import shared/starred items from GReader: Postgres suppo

I could give you a JSON snippet from my old withered Google account. But why would you need an example when you can see in my import script what the relevant parts are that need to be pulled out from it?
by nic
28 Mar 2013, 15:27
Forum: Development
Topic: Import shared/starred items from GReader: Postgres support
Replies: 10
Views: 2632

Import shared/starred items from GReader: Postgres support

Just to let you know: People are helping me to make the import of starred and shared articles from Google Reader work not only for MySQL databases, but also Postgres. See progress here: https://github.com/nhoening/gritttt-rss/issues/37 The import script is here: https://github.com/nhoening/gritttt-r...
by nic
28 Mar 2013, 12:39
Forum: Support
Topic: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GReader
Replies: 52
Views: 23319

Re: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GRea

So how do the dates differ? Or is it the sorting?

If it is the dates, maybe the timezone on your machine that runs tt-rss is off?
by nic
28 Mar 2013, 02:01
Forum: Support
Topic: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GReader
Replies: 52
Views: 23319

Re: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GRea

Not sure what to do with the screenshots tbh. But - now I do remember having a similar issue (it was a year ago that I did my import). Not sure if it was the same. And I can for the life of me not remember what I actually did about it. I think I fixed something in the import script back then, so tha...
by nic
28 Mar 2013, 01:23
Forum: Support
Topic: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GReader
Replies: 52
Views: 23319

Re: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GRea

I haven't had this issue, so I'm not sure what's wrong in your installation. Specifically, how could inserting data in your database destroy functionality ("I cannot add new starred items")? Most likely, something with the dates or the sorting is messed up. That means, you probably have yo...
by nic
27 Mar 2013, 22:59
Forum: Themes and plugins
Topic: pinterest, owncloud, pocket, tweet, etc social plugins
Replies: 68
Views: 66457

Re: pinterest, owncloud, pocket, tweet, etc social plugins

I'd like access to that Wiki page. I did most of the work on the Flattr plugin and as Flattr is just changing the way you can flattr anything without it having an author, I might want to adapt it soon. Instead of simply linking to zip archives which are attachments in this forum, some plugins might ...
by nic
20 Mar 2013, 15:30
Forum: Support
Topic: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GReader
Replies: 52
Views: 23319

Re: Scratching some itches of people who used and liked GRea

Did you read the README? Every PC should have Python, so you should be able to generate the SQL on your local computer. The PHP code above is about something else, which should be clear if you read the previous messages. But if you read anything, just read the README that I wrote and then ask a spec...

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