@jac Yes, pretty much that. The only part left to develop is the feed you provided me. It’s structured differently meaning I have to fetch the data from a large array, and it takes time to identify which array key holds the specific string you want.
For other RSS and ATOM feeds it’ll work out of the box. However, it (currently) requires PHP and MySQL (as it was ported from Flarum) and ideally should be moved to native NodeJS and MongoDB. Sadly, work commitments mean I haven’t had as much time as I’d like to update all of this so inevitably, the release has been delayed.
Thanks for the update Mark, all sounds very interesting and of course promising, and I eagerly await it’s release 😁.