Truth be told, the FeedLand platform has been ready to be released as open source for some time.
But I haven’t been focused on that kind of stuff, so I didn’t want to create an expectation that there would be a lot of support. That’s still true, but the product deserves to be out there, so very quietly last week I made the feedland repo public.
I decided today was the day to post about it, because I have an issue with the database that I want to ask questions about from people with expertise in MySQL, and can’t do that publicly without referring to bits that are in that repo.

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