So apparently the URL for changed. Sadly the new one makes the same old mistake by sending the _wrong_ Content-Type making my reader trying to parse it as JSON feed. Proxy rewrite it is again *sigh

For nginx this could look like this:

location /fds-nina-feed {
    proxy_set_header Accept "application/rss+xml;q=0.9,image/webp,*/*;q=0.8";
    proxy_hide_header Content-Type;
    add_header Content-Type "application/rss+xml; charset=utf-8";

Find more broken feeds at

Feed Reading By Social Distance by Ton Zijlstra (
At the Crafting {:} a Life unconference one of the things that came up in our conversations was how you take information in, while avoiding the endlessly scrolling timelines of FB and Twitter as well as FOMO. My description of how I read feeds ‘by social distance‘ was met with curiosity and ‘c... …and finally bookmarked so I don’t have to search for this again and again xD

Should I Kill My Newsletter? - Kev Quirk (Kev Quirk)
So I’ve been running my newsletter for around 5 months now, but I’m thinking about killing it off. Let’s look at why… My newsletter, Craving Coffee, has been a thing for close to 5 months at this point. In that time I’ve accumulated a little over 100 subscribers and have sent 4 editions. Sounds ok, […]

I know nobody interested in newsletters (for real) at all. is fine (and this is what I’m using to read kevq too 😅).

Wow.. relaunches website, praises accessibility and removes . No punch line.

Reader gives me 404 on the old url. I was just lucky to catch it on 🐦 – Site at all.

Maybe they should use as an example:

I do so hope they simply forgot to enable the endpoint / advertisement.

Update: New feed url seems to be according to @philipplang89 – thanks for finding out!

How to read RSS in 2020 by Jan-Lukas ElseJan-Lukas Else (
I often talk about “RSS feeds” and that it’s my favorite way to follow content sources (news, blogs, YouTube channels) on the internet. Laura Kalbag wrote about how to read RSS in 2020 in which she explains the basics and benefits about RSS. RSS is a way to get updates from a website without v...

Nice article you found there @jlelse – and as you know I’m one of your followers. To be more specific my blog does follow your feed and exposes it to me via again – usually to my mobile phone thanks to Indigenous for Android 😀

🇪🇺 🇬🇧 🇷🇺 🏴󠁧󠁢 🚊✝️ mab Elystan Glodrydd on Twitter (Twitter)
“@unbinaryrainbow @_court I use Feedly. The Pro version includes a Twitter feed reader. There are also tools such as Feedity which can monitor a site and post you an RSS feed if no RSS is present.”

Sounds like familiar pain. I use a mix of ,, and consolidated on my server where my reader connects to. This is basically self hosted so it can’t be killed by Google.