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feed2toot is an effective software solution for those looking to seamlessly bridge RSS feeds to Mastodon, a decentralised social network. It is designed to parse through any given RSS feed, isolate the latest entries and automatically post them on your Mastodon account. This automatic transfer of information not only keeps your feed fresh but also ensures you never miss sharing any vital updates with your network.

Documentation for the Feed2toot project — feed2toot 0.16 documentation


The key feature of feed2toot is its ability to accurately parse RSS feeds. The software efficiently processes these feeds and extracts the most recent entries. This functionality allows users to consistently circulate new content, thereby keeping their Mastodon timelines active and engaging.

In addition to this, feed2toot offers an automated posting feature. Once it has extracted the latest entries from your RSS feeds, it will then send them directly to Mastodon. This eliminates the need for manual updates and guarantees that your followers are always in tune with the freshest updates from your sources.

With no link to a GitHub repository in our database, it is hard to estimate the project viability. Here is a link to another repository: https://gitlab.com/chaica/feed2toot