I've released version 2.0.0 of my RSS to ActivityPub converter! This now provides functionality I'd hacked in to rss.friend.camp - it requires OAuth 2.0 authorization for someone to create a new AP account for an RSS feed.

I used to run this service "in the open" but was overwhelmed by spammers. Now the admin of a Mastodon (or Pleroma or any federated server that is an OAuth 2 provider) can provide this converter as a service solely to members of their instance.

github.com/dariusk/rss-to-acti

@darius @humanetech So does that mean I can sub to an rss with my hometown account? Or is it specific to friend.camp?

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@vega @humanetech anyone can subscribe to a feed like @r_SeriousEats from anything that reads activitypub feeds. but only people with accounts on camp can *create* feeds

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