I found several free readers, and Tiny Tiny RSS seemed like a really good option. The developer hosts an online version of the reader, which I used for quite a while. (The online service is soon going to be discontinued.) I was quite content with that option, but when OpenShift was launched, I thought I’d try hosting tt-rss myself: it initially began as an experiment to using OpenShift. Then, when I moved this blog to OpenShift, I realised it didn’t really take much effort to host the blog, and that I could switch my primary instance of tt-rss from the developer-hosted instance to my own. It turned out to be really easy, and here I’ll share my recipe.
Setting Up Your Free Private Feed Reader