They support rssCloud so the updates are available instantaneously.
I'm not asking you to support "standards" -- I think that's a shortcut we don't need to take. The incentive is that I'm putting out a fair amount of good stuff, imho, and I'm making tools that others will be able to use, so there's a cow path to be paved here that leads somewhere good. Plus if you support it, you almost certainly get me on board as an evangelist.
What I mean by shortcut: Some people say you should do it their way because it's a "standard" but they don't explain why it's a standard.
This is esp difficult when what they're proposing does more or less exactly the same thing as a format or protocol that's already widely used.
If they're so keen on interop (the reason to use a standard in the first place) why didn't they just use what was already out there?
In other words, there are other motivations. That's one of the reasons I don't use the word myself until there's almost universal adoption of a format or protocol. And then you don't need to say it so much.
I thought I should make my proposition explicit.
And of course the prop is open to Twitter as well. I've made it before, but the door remains open.