Tiny Tiny RSS: Community

Parts of tt-rss.org are moving

I’m moving static website of https://tt-rss.org to a different origin server, while effectively splitting it from the development website (https://git.tt-rss.org, i.e. Gogs).

The point of this is to:

  1. reduce prolonged outages because of issues outside of my control (i.e. city cutting power to our server room at work, where proper redundant power is literally impossible to acquire);

  2. hopefully allow me to disable cloudflare on the development host thus allowing direct SSH access for myself and other contributors without ugly hacks while keeping front page working even if some idiot decides to DDOS it again.

While preparing for this move I’ve noticed a bunch of ancient and/or legacy compatibility redirects, some going back years. I’m going to clean a lot of those up and they are not going to be available anymore. Sorry about that.

More importantly, this also affects Git repository URLs. I’m going to remove various redirects and rewrites for those, some going back to antediluvian ages of before-gitlab.

From now on please use canonical repository URLs as displayed in Gogs interface on https://git.tt-rss.org i.e. for tt-rss - https://git.tt-rss.org/fox/tt-rss.git.

If you get 404 errors while trying to update from git, run the following command in tt-rss directory to make your origin remote point to correct location:

git remote set-url origin https://git.tt-rss.org/fox/tt-rss.git

This also means F-Droid repository changes its URL (again) to https://srv.tt-rss.org/fdroid/repo) but I’m going to keep a redirect for this one, hopefully fdroid client can deal with it.

Incidentally, origin for this forum has already been migrated.

Any questions? Post them here.

Locations that may need updating:

Android App description
Links on Android App git homepage.

thanks, i’ve removed obsolete forum link from tt-rss-android readme.

I think unrelated but I notice that going to ‘Preferences’, scrolling down to the bottom to 'SSL client certificate:; clicking on the ‘More info…’ button on the right, yields a 404 error.

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thanks, i’ll take a look at this.

update: looks like git client can deal with http 30x, so i’ve added back a permanent redirect for previous canonical repository URL scheme of https://tt-rss.org/git/(repo).

everything else up to and including literal redmine feeds (how many years ago was this? i don’t even remember) is gone forever though.

however, i strongly suggest setting repository origins to a proper location as outlined above.