rss-bridge is a PHP project capable of generating ATOM feeds for websites which don't have one.
Bandcamp: Returns last release from bandcamp for a tag
Cryptome: Returns the most recent documents from Cryptome.org
DansTonChat: Most recent quotes from danstonchat.com
DuckDuckGo: Most recent results from DuckDuckGo.com
FlickrExplore: Latest interesting images from Flickr
GooglePlus: Most recent posts of user timeline
GoogleSearch: Most recent results from Google Search
Identi.ca: Identica user timeline (Should be compatible with other Pump.io instances)
OpenClassrooms: Lastest tutorials from fr.openclassrooms.com
ScmbBridge: Newest stories from secouchermoinsbete.fr
ThePirateBay: Returns the newest indexed torrents from The Pirate Bay with keywords
Wikipedia: highlighted articles from Wikipedia in English, German, French or Esperanto
YouTube: YouTube user channel, playlist or search
Plus many other bridges to enable, thanks to the community
Output format can take several forms:
Atom: ATOM Feed, for use in RSS/Feed readers
Html: Simple html page.
Json: Json, for consumption by other applications.
Mrss: MRSS Feed, for use in RSS/Feed readers
Plaintext: raw text (php object, as returned by print_r)
RSS-Bridge hashtag (#rss-bridge) search on Twitter, in ATOM format (as displayed by Firefox):
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php56 .phpin
opensslextension enabled in PHP config (
curlextension enabled in PHP config (
By default, the script creates
whitelist.txt and adds the main bridges (see above).
whitelist.txt is ignored by git, you can edit it:
*as file content)
New bridges are disabled by default, so make sure to check regularly what's new and whitelist what you want!
Code is Public Domain.
PHP Simple HTML DOM Parser under the MIT License
cachesubdirectory will be automatically created and cached objects older than 24 hours get purged.
DEBUGin the root directory (next to
Dear so-called "social" websites.
Your catchword is "share", but you don't want us to share. You want to keep us within your walled gardens. That's why you've been removing RSS links from webpages, hiding them deep on your website, or removed feeds entirely, replacing it with crippled or demented proprietary API. FUCK YOU.
You're not social when you hamper sharing by removing feeds. You're happy to have customers creating content for your ecosystem, but you don't want this content out - a content you do not even own. Google Takeout is just a gimmick. We want our data to flow, we want RSS or ATOM feeds.
We want to share with friends, using open protocols: RSS, ATOM, XMPP, whatever. Because no one wants to have your service with your applications using your API force-feeding them. Friends must be free to choose whatever software and service they want.
We are rebuilding bridges you have wilfully destroyed.
Get your shit together: Put RSS/ATOM back in.