TIP: Track starred github project releases like a pro

· by Raghu Rajagopalan · Read in about 1 min · (102 words) ·

I have ~90+ projects that I’ve starred on github over time. Usually, I’d like to know when they cut a new release. Github offers an RSS feed for project releases but having to go into releases page of each project to grab it’s RSS feed url and then having to stick that into your feed reader isn’t fun. That’s where today’s micro tip comes in:

  1. Stick the following into your terminal (of course replace your github username). This will dump an opml file with all your feeds.

  2. Import that opml into your feed reader.

    Figure 1. Put your RSS reader to work