A long time ago I had a web service called Share Your OPML. It was fun. It was a way to see what other people were subscribed to, for news and podcasts. But we hit scaling walls, and the project fell into disuse, and eventually I took it down. Now we know how to scale much better than we did then, and the community is growing more slowly. So I thought it would be interesting to try it again and see what happens.
So I'm asking for an OPML file that represents the feeds you're following. I want to see, first, how today's OPML compares to what we were generating years ago. Has the standard drifted? If so, how? Then I'd like to see if there's enough mass of feeds to create a meaningful database.
Welcome to our experiment with OPML in 2016. First, sign on with your Twitter account. Then drag an OPML file containing your subscription list onto the box below. We'll add it to the database of feeds from other users.
Caveats: 1. Do not upload anything that contains private info. 2. No guarantees that anything will come of it, or what will come if it. This is a learning experiment, and a chance to do idea development as well as software. 3. You can upload more than one file. 4. If you have questions, please post a comment here.