Miniflux

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Miniflux

http://miniflux.net
Minimalist news reader

Miniflux is a web-based RSS reader.

Unlike other news reader, this project is minimalist, that means there is no fancy features. Moreover, the page layout is optimized for readability and Miniflux remove automatically Ads and pixel trackers. The installation procedure is super simple, just copy and paste the source code and your are done, there is no configuration or database setup.




Licensing

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Leaders and contributors

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Frederic Guillot Main Developer


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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 29 June 2013.



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