Dapper changes RSS feed ?

Upayavira uv at odoko.co.uk
Fri Nov 11 12:44:48 UTC 2005

Dennis Kaarsemaker wrote:
> On vr, 2005-11-11 at 13:07 +0100, Vincent Trouilliez wrote:
>>Whoever set this feed up, could it be possible to increase the size of
>>the buffer, so that it's big enough to contain say 36 hours worth of
>>items ? Maybe set it to 75 or something, or whatever is fit ?? 
> I set it up ;)
> But yeah, 50 seemed to be not enough, I'll increase it.
Something seems to be a little broken on the RSS feed.

Looking at the source for the ncurses update I see:

  <iframe id ="_mailrssiframe"
      <dl> <dt>ncurses (5.5-1ubuntu1)</dt> <dd> <ul> <li>Resynchronise
with Debian.</li> </ul> </dd> <dt>ncurses (5.5-1)</dt> <dd> <ul> <li>New
upstream release. <ul> <li>inwstr-manpage-section.patch and
tack-manpage.patch merged.</li> <li>Remove reference to non-existant
BUGS section (Closes: #325481).</li> <li>Wide character repainting fix
(Closes: #316663).</li> <li>Hurd sgr0 trimming fix (Closes:
#318621).</li> </ul> </li> <li>Set the expected libgpm SONAME in
debian/rules to avoid cross compilation checks.</li> <li>Build 64-bit
libraries on i386 and powerpc (Closes: #333749).</li> <li>Correct the
type of NCURSES_BOOL in 64-bit biarch builds.</li> </ul> </dd> </dl>

But if I go to the URL:


It tells me all about gok.

I presume this isn't just Thunderbird that is mishandling the RSS?

Otherwise, definitely something to watch.

Regards, Upayavira

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