Mint 'Gloria' is my primary os across all machines in my network. The three primary internet apps used are Firefox, Claws-Mail & Liferea.
My problem comes when I am using other os's on this machine or, more often, on laptops away from my home base (such as PCLinuxOS 2009) on one laptop; and the problem is co-ordinating the profiles of these apps.
I have solved Firefox in that I run the Xmarks add-on and that allows me to have the same bookmarks on any machine that I run Firefox on. I have solved Claws-Mail in that I copy initial setups except that I run it as POP client on this main machine and run it as IMAP on all others. That allows me to keep mail on the server until I get back here and then decide if I want to store it locally or not.
The one I can't solve is using Liferea on this machine for ( lots of) RSS feeds and then using Akregator on another machine. The list of feeds is the same but the feeds look to their own local message data to highlight unread messages when updated. That means when I get to another machine with the other app running ( even the same app would still be a problem) I update the feeds and have to go through a heap of messages I may have already seen.
Has anyone any experience in how best to keep multiple machines up-to-date with 'feeds read' status?