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Redirection of news feed

By Community

It's not always simple to animate a project, especially to write articles to keep the community aware of what's new. It's been more than 2 years since the last article on the FreshRSS blog and we're not very proud of it. It is quite ironic for a feed aggregator team to have an inactive feed, isn't it? (credit to Kevin Papst for this one!) We didn't sit idly by for all that and we released 12 (twelve!) new versions of FreshRSS since our last article, that's almost 6 per year.

After few discussions, we have decided to redirect the website feed to the FreshRSS GitHub feed which announce new releases. At least, you should hear of us again!Β :) For the moment, we will not kill the blog so articles will stay here.

The redirection will become effective within the next week.

Also, if you're interested in the project, please note our community is always pleased to welcome new contributors. There is still work to accomplish and fresh ideas can help us to make FreshRSS a better aggregator.

  • January 6th 2018 at 23:00

FreshRSS 1.9.0

By Alkarex


  • Features
    • Share with Mastodon #1521
  • UI
    • Add more Unicode glyphs in the Open Sans font #1032
    • Show URL to add subscriptions from third-party tools #1247
    • Improved message when checking for new versions #1586
  • SimplePie
    • Remove "SimplePie" name from HTTP User-Agent string #1656
  • Bug fixing
    • Work-around for PHP 5.6.0- CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION open_basedir bug in favicons and PubSubHubbub #1655
    • Fix PDO PostgreSQL detection #1690
    • Fix punycode warning in PHP 7.2 #1699
    • Fix crash when adding a new category while adding a new feed #1731
    • Fix ExtensionManager exception handling #1724
  • CLI
    • New command ./cli/db-optimize.php for database optimisation #1583
    • Check PHP requirements before running actualize_script.php (cron for refreshing feeds) #1711
  • SQL
    • Perform VACUUM on SQLite and PostgreSQL databases when optimisation is requested #918
  • API
    • Breaking change / compatibility fix (EasyRSS): Provide link to articles without HTML-encoding #1683
  • Extensions
    • Breaking change: uppercase ./Controllers/ directory #1729
    • Show existing extensions in admin panel #1708
    • New function $entry->_hash($hex) for extensions that change the content of entries #1707
  • I18n
  • Misc.
    • Customisable constants.local.php #1725
    • Basic mechanism to limit the size of the logs #1712
    • Translation validation tool #1653
    • Translation manipulation tool #1658
    • Improved documentation #1697, #1704
    • New .editorconfig file #1732
  • January 11th 2018 at 19:05
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FreshRSS 1.4.0

By marienfressinaud
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FreshRSS 1.6.1

By Alkarex

(Hot fix of 1.6.0)

  • January 11th 2018 at 19:10
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  • January 11th 2018 at 19:11

FreshRSS 1.10.0

By Alkarex


  • API
  • Features
    • Ability to pause feeds, and to hide them from categories #1750
    • Ability for the admin to reset a user’s password #960
  • Security
    • Allow HTTP Auth login with REDIRECT_REMOTE_USER when using Apache internal redirect #1772
  • UI
    • New icons for marking as favourite and marking as read in the Reading View #603
    • Add shortcuts to switch views #1755
  • Bug fixing
    • Fix login bug when HTTP REMOTE_USER changes (used by YunoHost) #1756
    • Fix warning in PHP 7.2 #1739
  • Extensions
    • Allow extensions to define their own reading view #1714
  • I18n
  • Misc.
    • More sites in force-https.default.txt #1745
    • Trim URLs when adding new feeds #1778
  • February 24th 2018 at 11:03

FreshRSS 1.10.1

By Alkarex


  • Deployment
    • New Docker image, smaller (based on Alpine Linux) and newer (with PHP 7.1) #1813
  • CLI
    • New command ./cli/prepare.php to make the needed sub-directories of the ./data/ directory #1813
  • Bug fixing
    • Fix API bug for EasyRSS #1799
    • Fix login bug when using double authentication (HTTP + Web form) #1807
    • Fix database upgrade for FreshRSS versions older than 1.1.1 #1803
    • Fix cases of double port in FreshRSS public URL #1815
  • UI
    • Add tooltips on share configuration buttons #1805
  • Misc.
    • Move ./data/shares.php to ./app/shares.php to facilitate updates #1812
    • Show article author email when there is no author name #1801
    • Improve translation tools #1808
  • March 4th 2018 at 17:04

FreshRSS 1.10.2

By Alkarex

This version is only relevant for Docker.


  • Bug fixing
    • Fix Docker image for OPML import #1819
    • Fix Docker image for CSS selectors #1821
    • Fix Docker other missing PHP extensions #1822
  • March 9th 2018 at 10:08

Best comedies and stand-up on Netflix for August 2018 - CNET

By Jason Parker
The funniest movies and stand-up specials you can stream this month.
  • July 28th 2018 at 13:00

Volkswagen Up GTI: Old-school hot hatch or underpowered pocket rocket? video - Roadshow

By Henry Catchpole
The VW Up GTI seems to have a lot in common with it's grandad, the original Golf GTI. But in an age of overpowered hot hatches is that a good thing?
  • April 3rd 2018 at 20:08

RAV4 EV sounds unlikely as Toyota doubles down on Hybrid - Roadshow

By Chris Paukert
Market conditions aren't ripe for the return of a battery-electric model, a Toyota exec suggests, but the hybrid's future looks bright.
  • April 3rd 2018 at 20:48

It's time to break up with VR - CNET

By Dan Ackerman
Commentary: More than two years into the current virtual reality era, it feels like we've hit a brick wall.
  • April 3rd 2018 at 20:55

Apple vs. Sonos vs. Google: The best (and worst) Wi-Fi speakers - CNET

By Ty Pendlebury
If you're buying a multiroom music system, there are a number of competing products. We sift through them to find the best and warn you off the rest.
  • April 3rd 2018 at 21:03

Homeland Security has detected phone spying devices in DC - CNET

By Alfred Ng
The US government has publicly acknowledged for the first time there are tracking devices similar to Stingrays in the nation’s capital.
  • April 3rd 2018 at 21:52