|Mitmproxy hacking plugin||Mitmproxy hacking plugin with utilities and commands for CTF and such.|
|rek2_httpserver||HTTP server that handles post for data exfiltration.|
|Masto2Usenet||A bot to post Masotodon toots also to a usenet newsgroup.|
|rek2_nntp||Rust library that provides a way to interact with NNTP servers, compliant with RFC 3977 and RFC 4643.|
|mpd-matrix||Integrates the Music Player Daemon (MPD) with Matrix chat.|
|otx_pulses||Talks to the Open Thread Exchange OTX API to get the latest threads/pulses.|
|lambda-pipeline-autoapproval||AWS lambda function that auto approves a AWS pipeline manual step.|
|whazthefukz||A versatile network scanning utility, designed for efficient discovery and analysis of network assets.|
|ctf_gathering||Information gathering Bash tool for CTF boxes.|
|rek2_endpoint||Scans for common endpoints in RESTful services and Swagger applications.|
|...||More at rek2's projects|
I use it with gopass with no problem. everyone should know this, regartless of the software they using.
Hello, I been trying it for 1-2 weeks. works great! <3 thank you. I was trying to look into how to make the plugins. I am not sure if there is a function call to delete one of the boxes, this way I can modify the plugin to save and tag the news that we already read and also delete. Some news in some RSS are like from weeks behind :)
@ghost08 Thank you! sounds good to me, I wish I had the time to help you a bit. readed I have not tried but now that mention it I will do so now before I go to bed, 6:38 am here :) Cheers.
Hello, yes I understand and is one of the reasons I like it, to keep the Unix mentality, but a refresh and auto-refresh will not change the behaviour, my first language is not English, but here is a scenario. I have some RSS's that I read daily, this ones I do not mind if they do not refresh they rarely do, only once a day or so. But there are in most of my feeds that are breaking news on tech, world events, new 0 days, vulnerabilities etc and I try to avoid having a browser on, I actually started to hate all web tech, such is why I am a heavy RSS user, among gemini,gopher,usenet,fediverse(using tui tools like TUT for mastodon) etc
So a auto-refresh so I can put on my 3rd monitor the feeds as they get posted while I work, code, or watch a movie is very important for me, and still will not break the unix behaviour because is an option, also you can still pipe to other better tools like kvm, or curl and pipe to photon, etc. I wont break anything and it will add a nice feature for people that may use it later on that are in my same situation. I think most of the RSS users are people how find easier to have the articles come to you instead of having to open a browser or another silly electron app and go from one site to another etc. Cheers.
Hello, I was looking for a CLI or TUI rss reader that had sixel or similar support, I use sr.ht so I found yours very fast, and so far I love it.. but it does not have an auto-refresh/auto-update every X minutes so I have to constanly close it and re-open to see if there is new news articles from my favorite news rss feeds, example publico.es will heavy update almost every 5m with latest news... can we add this feature even if is not by default?
Another minor one is that I can't gray out or remove articles I already read or not interested, but this is not as important just something cool to have :)
Keep it up, I love that is a GO tool, tired of scripting language system tools (python) :D
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yeah was going to submit a ticket regarding this, will be nice to have a list of the subscribed rss feeds and the number of unread etc...
I think it will be much better to let the user add its own prefered player, also each IS is different. in my particular case I currently use newsboat and I can add a config option to play on VLC or MPV etc..
hey @srivathsan thanks for much for the fast response, good to hear you are actually going to work on this, when is up and into the master, make sure you post some way to give you beer money or something, :) thanks for your work.