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Friday January 10, 2003
02:03 PM


[ #9889 ]
Ach!!! Wtf is up with the new journal RSS feed format? I want timestamps! If they aren't going to be in a #fragmentIdentifier, they should at least be part of the name (like they were before).

Worse, the feed seems to be giving up nonexistsent articles [Matts] This sucks...
[pudge] Hi Gnat

UPDATE: And now it's back to normal... :-/

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  • That was my bad, I submited a patch to pudge to include titles with the RSS feeds and I didn't have slash up to test the patch. So pudge applied my "bad" which gave faulty titles. Luckily he was kind enough to fix it :)


    • Why I oughta! ;-) Well when you submit a fixed patch, what about addressing the fragment thing? There used to be a feature request for it, but it seems to have been annihilated. The idea being that as is, each entry anchor references the same URI so it is impossible to tell which you have visited. Further, of a corresponding name attribute was entered on the page, the browser could auto-magically jump to the appropriate article.
      Were that I say, pancakes?