This page lists my subscribed RSS feeds. You may have to navigate to the website URL from the RSS feed yourself. To keep this document up to date, my feed reader loads it as config.
Links under this heading are automatically loaded into my feed reader using elfeed-org. In general, I avoid feeds that post more than 2-3 times in a day.
- OpenBSD Journal
Community contributed OpenBSD news.
- The Observation Deck
Bryan Cantrill's blog, VP of Engineering at Joyent.
- Bits from Debian
Blog from the Debian Project
- GNU Guix News
News and releases for GNU's distro and transactional package manager based on Nix.
A free Android distribution endorsed by the FSF
Ted Unangst, OpenBSD developer
- Matthew Garrett's blog security
Power management, mobile and firmware developer on Linux. Security developer at Google.
- Scheme scheme
- More magic
Blog of Peter Bex, CHICKEN Scheme core developer. Has some excellent in-depth posts on CHICKEN Scheme internals.
Blog of Andy Wingo, Guile Scheme co-maintainer.
- Thoughts on Programming (in Parentheses)
Blog of Christian Kellermann, CHICKEN Scheme developer. There's a scheme-only feed, but I prefer the full-fat version.
Blog of Moritz Heidkamp, active in the CHICKEN Scheme community. Possibly no longer updated.
- Abstract Heresies
Blog of Joe Marshall, general computer-science and Scheme posts, mostly in MIT Scheme.
- Kooda's burrow
Blog of Adrien Ramos (a.k.a Kooda), a CHICKEN Scheme core developer.
- More magic
Blog of Martin Sústrik, creator of ZeroMQ, nanomsg, libmill and ribosome.
- Lambda the Ultimate
Programming languages blog.
- Programming in the 21st Century
A blog on programming in general.
- fuzzy notepad
Python, games development, other random things.
- Erik Bernhardsson
Some interesting data analysis and general programming posts.
Thoughts and links about computer programming, by Russ Cox. Plan 9, Go, and some interesting low-level stuff. Irregular updates.
- The Clean Code Blog
Blog by Robert C. Martin (a.k.a 'Uncle Bob'). Development practices, TDD, OO, FP, Java.
- The Daily WTF
Amusing stories about software development.
Blog of Kyle Kingsbury, a computer safety researcher, added here because of the Jepsen work on distributed systems correctness, which tests databases, queues and consensus systems to explore their failure modes.
- Pragmatic Emacs
Frequently updated with useful tips and featured packages for Emacs. The content is purely Emacs focused.
- Sacha Chua (Emacs feed)
- Endless Parentheses
Concise posts on Emacs productivity, often including snippets of Emacs Lisp code.
Usually Emacs focused with occasional posts on privacy and digital rights issues or other general geekery.
- null program
C programming, Emacs internals. Blog by Chris Wellons, author of elfeed.
- public voit
Blog of Karl Voit / n0v0id. Personal information management (with org-mode in particular).
- Wilfred Hughes::Blog
Rust + Emacs
- What the .emacs.d!?
- Jason Blevins
Author of Emacs markdown mode, blog contains some other useful Emacs links too.
- NASA's Mars Exploration Program
Latest news from NASA's Mars missions.
- Selenian Boondocks
Space blog, particularly on new space companies and lunar colonisation, by Jonathan Goff, Ken Murphy, John Hare, and Kirk Sorensen.
- Planetary Society Blog
"The Planetary Society sponsors projects that will seed innovative space technologies, nurtures creative young minds, and is a vital advocate for our future in space."
- Deep Space Ecology
News feed for Deep Space Ecology, a company working on closed ecological systems.
- SpaceX News
News updates from SpaceX.
I'm more interested in comment and analysis than the latest news - that I get elsewhere.
- Flip Chart Fairy Tales
Ostensibly a business blog but usually commenting on current political events, often with interesting data.
- Jack of Kent blog
"News and comment on law and policy, from a liberal and critical perspective." David Allen Green, a qualified lawyer and legal commentator for FT.com, provides some interesting analysis.
- Britain Elects
UK election results and poll aggregator.
- Sheffield Green Party
- Sheffield Tree Action Groups
"TechnoLlama covers several Cyberlaw topics, with emphasis on open licensing, digital rights, software protection, virtual worlds, and llamas."
- Open Rights Group
UK campaigning organisation for digital rights, privacy and free speech.
- Paul Bernal's Blog
"Privacy, Human Rights, Law, The Internet, Politics and more"