I am using FreshRSS currently. I've dabbled a bit with Aperture/Monocle, with Yarns on Wordpress and with using a TinyTinyRSS instance. My TinyTInyRSS instance kept bumping into some 'bad bot' filters my hoster has in place (the same is true for FreshRSS btw). The upside to me for both Tiny and Fresh is that I find their php and mysql tech accessible, and have no trouble running it locally. Or at least more accessible than any of the IndieWeb stuff. I'd like to get to a working locally run Aperture/Monocle combo but can't and haven't figured out why. With Yarns, which has as a pre above Aperture it lives in the WP ecosystem I am at least more familiar with, I have issue with it storing all feeds in the WP content tables, even though everything in a feed reader is/should be ephemeral imo, just providing enough time to do something with whatever gets fetched (respond, bookmark, download to notes etc). Ideally I'd run yarns in a separate WP install to prevent it polluting my blogs database, but then you're back to how to ensure my 'reader' Wordpress instance can post to my 'blogging' WP instance.