Tiny Tiny RSS is an open source web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.
This charm provides Tiny-Tiny RSS (http://tt-rss.org/redmine/projects/tt-rss/wiki). Taken from the main project site:
To deploy the charm, you will need a bootstrapped Juju environment with capacity for two additional machines. You could, however, use the deploy-to feature of jitsu to deploy these charms to a single machine.
First deploy mysql then deploy tt-rss in your bootstrapped environment:
juju deploy mysql
juju deploy tt-rss
Next configure tt-rss to use the mysql backend by adding a relation between the two:
juju add-relation tt-rss mysql
Finally, expose the tt-rss service:
juju expose tt-rss
You can then browse to http://ip-address/tt-rss to configure the service. The default username and password are "admin/password".
Currently, there are three configuration variables avialable to be set via Juju: fqdn, update-tasks, and update-interval.
This setting will update the TT-RSS config.php variable 'SELF_URL_PATH'. To update it simply issue the following:
juju set tt-rss fqdn=mysite.example.com
Below is the yaml configuration found in the charm:
description: FQDN of the server
Update tasks are the number of spawned tasks used when calling the feed update function. For a installation with a high number of feeds, you may consider increasing the number of update tasks from the default value of '2'.
juju set tt-rss update-tasks=4
description: number of feed update tasks to spawn
This configuration setting is used to set the frequency at which feeds are updated (in seconds). The current default setting is to update the installation feeds every 5 minutes. You can configure this by issuing the following:
juju set tt-rss update-interval=600
description: frequency to check for feed updates
To update your TT-RSS installation, it is recommended to use the updater plugin included in TT-RSS. This allows you to view and update your installation via the web interface. A helpful guide can be found on the TT-RSS site (http://tt-rss.org/redmine/projects/tt-rss/wiki/InstallationNotes#In-place-upgrading).
Author: NextRevision (email@example.com)
Report bugs at: http://bugs.launchpad.net/charms/+source/tt-rss