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Find Penguins Feed

Quick & dirty tool to turn Find Penguins footprints into a rss feeds.

There is no storage involved and every call to the feed builds it anew. Because this is done by web-scraping, it should not be done too often, as you might get rate limited or blocked.

This was written to track a family member's journey without having to register or madly refreshing the website all five minutes.

It only needed to work for that specific journey but maybe someone else finds it useful.


Install rust and run cargo build --release. This gives you a binary ./target/release/findpenguins-feed> which is directly executable.


Configuration is handled with a configuration file and/or environment variables.

The configuration file is sourced from the following locations, depending on the operating system:

  • *nix: $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/.config/findpenguins-feed/config.toml
  • Windows: {FOLDERID_RoamingAppData}/findpenguins-feed/config/config.toml
  • macOS: $HOME/Library/Preferences/ch.vanwa.findpenguins-feed/config.toml

Environment variable always take precedence.


IP and port the server should listen on.

  • default: [::1]:3000


List of find penguin journeys to track.

  • default: []
  • env var: FINDPENGUINS_FEED__FEEDS (urls are comma separated)

Example configuration file:

server_address = "[::1]:4000"
feeds = [