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  • You don’t have an on-site newsfeed. Your use.perl journal is sufficient for those of us who subscribe to all use.perl journals, but as a way of providing a dedicated feed for the site (and as a place for permalinks), it is not that great.

    Is driven by any sort of CMS? Is the code available somewhere? I would volunteer to write a patch. (Alternatively, if you take a look at XML::Atom::SimpleFeed [], that should make it a snap to add a feed.)

    • Good idea I'll have a look at that. At the moment the site is built as a static site on a daily basis, So it might even make it easier creating the templates and the XML feed as I add a new entry.

      The current code is all available in the tarball (see the link at the bottom of the index page), although a lot is shortly going to change once the new generator code is in place.

      • Ah, I didn’t notice that.

        Hmm, the 0.46 tarball is a 404 and the -latest tarball only contains 0.44.

        Hmm, you have all the updates in a single big file without detailed dates. That’s not ideal to retrospectively generate timestamps from… do you have each change of the update.html recorded in a repository? It would be nice not to have to make up datetimes with an empty time part.

        Also, once you start to generate feeds it would be nice for each update to have a separate permalink. That’s