I posed the following question on Stack Exchange’s Emacs Beta site:
How do I use feedly.com as an RSS feed source in Emacs?
I’ve searched on and off for months. I haven’t found anything to even point me in the right direction to get started. I’ve opened a ticket with Feedly as well.
feedly.com feeds my RSS reading across platforms and devices since Google Reader’s demise. I don’t relish moving off of feedly.com as it works well and I bought the lifetime subscription.
I want Emacs as one of the clients, eventually becoming my primary (or only) desktop client. Today I use the Feedly web app and the OS X ReadKit app on my various desktops with iOS’ Newsify and Android’s Press on mobile. They all tie into secondary services like Evernote and Buffer with varying degrees of success.
I aspire to bring my RSS desktop workflow into Emacs:
- storing full text articles to read later (today in Evernote, eventually in org-mode);
- sharing interesting articles (today in Buffer, eventually in twittering-mode & perhaps others);
- emailing full text-articles (in gnus or any Emacs email client);
- using the article as a basis for a blog post (via org-mode’s org2blog perhaps);
- defining todos and reminders and appointments (again in org-mode);
- browsing the original article (today in the OS’ default browser, eventually in eww or any Emacs web client [or launching the OS’ default browser]).
NOTE: I’m not asking for the whole kit + caboodle. I’m just looking for help to get started.
NOTE2: If you have solved or want to solve the whole thing, I will not object.