That's for just one repo, though. Of course I could use an RSS multiplexer, but then I'd still need to manually manage the list of RSS feeds there.
I was hoping this could directly integrate with the GitHub "Watch" feature.
Actually that's an Atom feed.
@fribbledom the RSS Reader I installed yesterday can provide categories as a new feed. I assume most can. So put the feeds from GitHub in there and put them all in a category? I don't think you can get a combined feed from GitHub :/
Indeed mine does, too. However that would mean I have to manage another list of feeds manually. I was hoping for something that integrates with the existing "Watch for Releases" feature on GitHub.
@fribbledom Sure, you get a private rss feed that includes _all_ your subscriptions. Might need a separate account just for the release feed. It's the most straight forward way.
@fribbledom I'm certain someone already coded exactly what you're looking for. I coded a bunch of tools to handle many many feeds over the years, but now I'm taking a back seat.
@fribbledom Using the API, I poll once every 2-3 minutes and get events for 25,000 users at once (well, at most 300 events - but that's plenty and covers everything).
@fribbledom Anyhow, it sure beats polling 25,000 individual feeds where nothing happens 95% of the time...
I hate polling, long live PubSubHubbub! (ya, WebSub now, so quaint ;-)
@fribbledom this! Combined with adding tags to the repos for personal organization. Ideally multi-platform (github, gitlab, gitea-instances)
Ok, I'm dreaming. Perhaps really a new project? 😁
@fribbledom I follow individual repo releases via RSS by adding a “.atom” to the URL, e.g .../releases.atom. Not aware of a service for an RSS feed for all my watches repos though 🤔
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