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Whether you're really passionate about RPC, MQTT, Matrix or wayland, tell us more about the protocols or open standards you have strong opinions on!

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[-] [email protected] 152 points 1 month ago

RSS. It's still around but slowly dying out. I feel like it only gets added to new websites because the programmers like it.

[-] mesamunefire 26 points 1 month ago

Theres quite a few sites that still use it and existing ones in the Fediverse have it built in (which is really cool). But your right, the general public have no concept of having something download and queue up on a service rather than just going to the site. And the RSS clients are all over the place with quality...

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