Lektora, a browser-based feed reader, is nice, and for a moment I considered buying the commercial upgrade, not because I have a problem with the ads (I don't notice them), but to support good software. And then I started noticing missing feeds. I imported my entire OPML from straw, and it turns out that Lektora never presents me with items from a lot of those blogs. Some of the missing ones I've noticed:
- Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life (feed)
- Bill de hÓra (feed)
- James Governor's MonkChips (feed)
- erm, Copia (now that's galling)
Nothing I can tell in common with these feeds. One is Atom, two are RSS 1.0, and the third is RSS 2.0. But Lektora apparently can't handle them, and I have to use straw to keep up with them.
Also, Lektora developers seem to do a good job keeping the Windows and Linux versions up to date, but don't bother much with the Linux version. I'm not willing to pay for half-hearted Linux support.