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  • Unfortunately, XML::Feed and XML::Atom don't produce valid Atom feeds [].

    There are, however, two RT tickets (#33881 [], adding accessors for some required feed types, and #29684 [], which stops 'convert' generating empty summaries) which will help you get towards a valid feed.

    I really should write up the other changes I had to make to genenerate a valid Atom feed []. I think convert needs help with applying an updated date to RSS feeds, for example. There are also issues with RSS and Atom taking different values for th
    • Ah. I'm been concentrating so hard on getting the HTML page valid[1] that I'd forgotten to look at the feed.

      I'll apply the patches from RT locally and wait for the next release of XML::Feed to fix the problems.

      [1] Often a pointless task on a planet as so much of the markup is out of your control.
      •'s (X)HTML isn't valid [] mainly because Vox use lots of attributes, and their visual HTML editor can get quite confused about wrapping spans. At some point, I'll either start running the HTML through Tidy before presenting it, or I'll edit the raw HTML before saving it to Vox.

        Similar attributes cause issues with the Atom feed, but they don't prevent validation, merely cause warnings, because Atom does at least recognise the concept of extensibility.