I have a large number of Feeds for which I need to implement different Clean-Up Rules: short term for regular news, longer term for scientific journals, and permanent for podcasts and a few photoblogs. Unfortunately, as far asI can tell the settings for Clean-Up are global.
Is there a way I can set up different rules for the three different groups? (Or more than three: ideally, I'd subdivide the Clean-Up calendars even further if it's easy: just a single a week for "NPR News All Things Considered" podcasts, for example, but probably six months for "Fresh Air".)
Alternately, is there a way to juggle three different databases (in a manner that's not as challenging to implement as the Gordian Knot!).
I realize I *could* go back and simply star all those podcasts and photoblogs to keep them in the database permanently, but that's going to be a pretty tall order in and of itself. The pessimist in me says that's what I'll end up doing!
The seeming lack of variable Clean-Up rules is the only regret so far for the switch from RSSOwl. I *have* considered the awkward option of using RSSOwl for the feeds I want to store long term, but I find the QuiteRSS interface sufficiently superior that I just can't go back to it for everyday newsreading.