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Twitter lists as OPML

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This is interesting – Twitter follow lists as OPML, let’s say for example you wanted to read what folks we follow via the @adafruit account with an RSS reader, or just use our list to follow other folks. Right now there isn’t any way to export your follower list on Twitter, but this is a step in the right direction – The folks we follow are mostly open source hardware related in some way so it’s a nice list of people who are specific to a topic, you can grab this OPML file and just add it to any RSS reader to play around with it. It’s like a playlist of people to follow, all we need is Twitter to allow imports next!


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3 Comments

  1. So, did you build that OPML by hand or did you write a script to generate it?

  2. dave did! just put your twitter name in and it makes all the opml

  3. Ahh, clicking on the links in the post would probably have revealed that. Well, I’m off to write my own just because I’m that way, and he said that he would shutdown the service when he was done playing around with it.

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