You can see that list just by clicking on that link, and it will look something like this in your browser:
But you can also save that file, and load it into your RSS reader of choice, to import my list of RSS feeds into yours.
Since I wrote that post I’ve switched to using FreshRSS as my feedreader, and I had to switch the way that I export my OPML file.
Prompted again by Ton, this time in Show Me Your Feeds… I’ll Show You Mine, I’ve taken things a step further, and added an XSLT stylesheet, adapted from the one described here, and now the OPML file can be read both by machines and by humans, in a browser. This was as simple as adapting the XSLT file for my blogroll (you can see it here) and then adding a reference to the XSLT file in my OPML file:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="https://images.ruk.ca/opml/opml.xsl"?> <opml version="2.0"> <head> <title>Peter Rukavina's Blogroll</title> <dateCreated>Sat, 15 Jun 2019 21:07:51</dateCreated> </head>
You can do this too!