A tiny project I have been maintaining since April 2020 is an alternative rss feed for Reddit called reddit-rss. At the time I was getting into using Feedly to read the news and found reddit's native rss feed to be pretty lackluster.
- Go to a subreddit or meta feed you like example: https://www.reddit.com/r/Android/
- Add .json onto the end: https://www.reddit.com/r/Android.json
- Change the domain name to, reddit.0qz.fun like: https://reddit.0qz.fun/r/android.json
- Subscribe to ^^^ that url in your favorite feed reader.
- Links directly to the content not to reddit.
- Extracts a readable version of articles and embeds it into the feed.
- Embeds high quality images and videos directly into the feed.
- Extra query params to narrow search results to your liking.
Its golang http server that uses a forked version of cameronstanley/go-reddit to parse reddit content. Then it inspects each link and decides how to build the feed. Article text content extracted using go-shiori/go-readability. Feeds are created using gorilla/feeds
Deployments are managed through shipit which has been meh. Do not recommend.