Hello, I'm trying to stop using the very bloated (Rust, C++ and Ruby deps) Newsboat and found your nice project; Go isn't too bothersome to me, I'll need it for OpenDiablo2 and maybe aerc anyway. Just trying it rapidly, I noticed those missing: * socks5 HTTP(S) proxy; maybe whatever Go uses to fetch already read the http_proxy/https_proxy environement variable? * Together with this, a way to turn off the proxy for certain feeds as some are behind the great Cloudflare wall. * file:// protocol support; very important for me, I have some tools (https://git.sr.ht/~q3cpma/mangadex-tools & https://git.sr.ht/~q3cpma/haggle) that create local feeds so I can centralize notifications in my feed reader. * When trying to add an aforementioned file:// feed, I get no error anywhere. Maybe add a log page? * Command TAB completion? * `search-feed` command to search for a feed containing word. * `search-item` command to do the same on articles (should depend on the current page and highlighted tree item in the S page). * config option for the external browser, some don't have xdg-open or want to use something like lynx just for beagles. I know it's a quite new project, but I just want to know if I'm missing something for some and if you're considering implementing some of these. I could help, but never touched Go, sadly; mainly C, sh and Tcl here. Regards
Sorry, wrong list.
Thanks for your feedback, I have added multiple todo items to the backlog and which release they will be included with, please review them and let me know if I missed anything. Also I did move this item to the proper mailing list and deleted the other thread. Thanks, Chris
On Wed, Sep 16, 2020 at 05:00:13PM -0400, Chris Palmer wrote: > Thanks for your feedback, I have added multiple todo items to the backlog > and which release they will be included with, please review them and let > me know if I missed anything. Also I did move this item to the proper > mailing list and deleted the other thread. > > Thanks, > Chris > Thanks a lot for the speed! Nothing missing, except maybe the search ticket not mentioning feed search vs article search (I have something like 230 feeds and I'm probably a lightweight so it's probably useful).