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Re: RSS

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Try running it again. It might be (perhaps) because of a server not responding issue potentially. That is just a guess. At this point I am not certain what could cause that.

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I've had the same results with FF3 on Ubuntu - using the location bar RSS <link>s:
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Kieran Huggins wrote:I've had the same results with FF3 on Ubuntu - using the location bar RSS <link>s:
Is it for a certain forum/page?
Im on Ubuntu 8.10 with FF3, and they all work fine for me. (Which it doesn't really matter that im on the same.. its a sql error)
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I wonder if you were trying to hit the feed at a time when I was bouncing the mysql server? It might be. Perhaps you can kill the feed and try again.

Do it quick while the board is still running. :twisted:
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Just to let you know, we turned rss off and we will not turn it on back again (in the nearest future, at least). It puts too much load on our server.
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Damn. I'm going to try using the subscribe forum feature then.
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Any progress on it? I think RSS is still turned off...
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I'm not sure when any progress will be made on this. Sorry. Maybe another admin has a better answer?
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Weirdan wrote:Just to let you know, we turned rss off and we will not turn it on back again (in the nearest future, at least). It puts too much load on our server.
The new server is definitely better than the old one, so how about turning it on now?
And how about having a "View your posts"-RSS. I send messages through my DreamBox on my TV, so it would be cool to have such RSS and read it on the TV :twisted:
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VladSun wrote:
Weirdan wrote:Just to let you know, we turned rss off and we will not turn it on back again (in the nearest future, at least). It puts too much load on our server.
The new server is definitely better than the old one, so how about turning it on now?
That's certainly a thing to think about... do you know of any PhpBB3 RSS mods with adequate caching?
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Sorry, I'm not a PhpBB spec :( Anyone else?
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Re: RSS

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I'm sure it wouldn't be a problem to write our own. Who wants to?
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Didn't we have one installed on our old board? Isn't that the one we turned off? If not I know there were some previously built phpBB mods that did this.
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//oftopis
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Where have you been? We all miss you :P
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Re: RSS

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Any progress on this one?
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