FR: Add RSS feed to projects
That's a very nice idea :) And there's already a feature request for Gitea: https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/569
At this moment, to get alerts for repositories there's also the possibility to "watch" a repository by clicking the button with the "eye" icon when in a repository (see enclosed screenshot). When you watch a repo, you'll get an email for example for new issues, PRs and comments.
Sounds like a cool feature (not cluttering the mailbox). Contributions welcome!
I endorse this request. Being able to follow the workflow using tools like Newsboat or RssTail would be magnificent.
Looking forward to this implementation.
@JackDandy only rss/atom feed for the feed you have on UI now
after that I'll have to refactor functions to be more flexible and than I can do per org or repo
for commits this is another issue i would say
only rss/atom feed for the feed you have on UI now
I'm sorry, I was not very clear in my question, and therefore, the answer wasn't either, let me try again...
What event(s) is published to the feed created by your PR ?
for commits this is another issue
If no push commit events are posted to the rss feed, then my OP stands as a feature request.
I think most of us are looking forward to when your PR handles that ;)
I now understand better (I failed to last night, sorry).
Thanks for your efforts.
This will be available as soon as the release 1.16 of gitea is finished and the new version has been deployed to codeberg.
I think the question was if more RSS feeds are available than the initial implementation. I honestly don't think so, AFAIK the idea was that this is a reference implementation where other contributors can build upon, but no one seemed interested in doing this yet. But maybe I missed some Gitea PRs in the meantime.
What about release RSS feeds?
Would be really helpful to have that similar to how github allows adding
.atom to the url of a releases page to get an RSS/atom feed.
Can you find the RSS Button on this UI mockup?
Ok, that's good. There was a discussion in the Codeberg Hackathon about whether to make it RSS orange, but the consensus was that would make it stand out too much, so grey it is :)
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