NetNewsWire comes home!
@brentsimmons Neat! I look forward to taking a look at Evergreen/NNW5.
(Looks like BP have a typo in the link to your blog post—“30” in the URL rather than “31”.)
@jwisser Thanks for the heads-up — I’ve let them know about the URL.
@brentsimmons Whoah. That's got to feel weird!
@jeff_lamarche Feels great! I’m so excited!
@brentsimmons that is quite amazing.
I don’t use a news reader since forever (Twitter/Reddit/HN), would be interested what are today the must-read Ruby blogs.
Shall we compile a list or something?
@ngw A list would be great!
@brentsimmons man that’s so awesome. Really happy for ya
@brentsimmons HEY! Congratulations, Brent!
@brentsimmons So cool! Happy for you.
@brentsimmons ooh. Can we chat about Microsub sometime?
@KevinMarks Absolutely we can.
@brentsimmons awesome news!
@brentsimmons great news!
What’s the best venue for suggestions and requests?
@mkb Best, at least for now, is probably the GitHub issue tracker for NetNewsWire:
But you can also just ping me here. :)
Probably my single favorite aspect of earlier NNW was perhaps the hardest part of making it: simplicity.
I recall a blog post in which you talked about the difficulty in deciding what to take away in each new version. Sometimes what went away was a feature I liked but I always had to concede that the overall simplicity was a win.
Does that mean you also got the rights to the most excellent dish antenna/satellite icon?
@Voline It does!
Good! I've missed it in my dock (in both it's states). Twitter usurped the function of RSS for me for a few years. But looks like I'm returning to it (or JSON feed).
@brentsimmons Congratulations. Feels right.
Excellent news Brent. All the best from this og NNW customer.
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