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Yeoboseyo - The bus 🚌 for your internet services

I made a new companion for Joplin which allow us to create notes from a RSS Feeds (link Jong I made alread) PLUS others possibilities, like publishing the same RSS Feeds on another service, like Mastodon.

The project is very new, but we can imagine to make a lot of things from here like writting a note and creating online blog post, publish a mastodon “toot” and so on. There could be as many possibilities as it exists API from many services.

For the little story, Yeoboseyo means “Hello” in Korean, each service says hello in its own way to the other(s) one(s) :wink:

It’s in Python (3.6) and use async everywhere

feedback, test, contrib are all welcome like everything I made :wink:

nota: this project overcomes jong I made Jong - JOplin Note Generator / Django w/ VueJS
as Jong only read feeds and create note, which Yeoboseyo does also while being light and just as fast

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the evening I just added Reddit to the supported services list

Any chance to make that available activity feed of so often mentioned nextcloud?

I didn’t understand the question

Hoi,
there are two things in regard to RSS and Nextcloud
The Activity App (news feed) can be read via RSS

Screenshot Activity App

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and RSS can be read via the News App.

Screenshot RSS App

It would be nice if the efforts of Yeoboseyo could be made use of it, means the NC RSS feed creates notes (but there must be a way to filter it) and provide all feeds in an RSS to make it available in the News App.

Are you going to integrate discourse as well? So a bookmarked or liked post could be converted in a note automatically?

if I understand well you want to

  1. create note from the NC RSS feed
  2. generate RSS from Joplin notes that could be read from the News App ?

if so ; the first is already possible, not the second. This need to be done. the project could generate a RSS URL Feed like http://localhost:8001/lastnotes

Can you filter the feed?

Would be great

Filter how Excluding? Including? Both?

Both would probably more convenient.

Otherwise there is a risk that notes with unimportant content are created.

An example would be the feed of a discourse feed. Only the post I like or bookmark shall be added as note, otherwise it will be flooded by notes

can you give an use case of filters?

Take this conversation.
I can subscribe to it via its RSS feed but that would create a lot of useless notes.
Only post with a minimum of likes or bookmarked ones shall be converted into a note.

it has nothing to do with the RSS but with the discourse API itlself which provides the RSS
As the RSS format itself does not know “like” or every status of each post.
So the filtering process has to be handled during the discourse API request i suppose
So right now, nothing is possible to filter RSS in that case.

It is just an example for illustrative purposes.
Filter need to be applied on whatever metadata is available in the RSS feed.