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Topic # 31748 29-Mar-2009 13:58
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I notice that when a topic is created on Geekzone, it appears in the RSS feeds - I also notice that some of the older topics also re-appear from time to time.

Is there a criteria for this (i.e. older than 14 days, it's re-added to the feed) or is it my RSS reader that's doing it?

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Reply # 204045 29-Mar-2009 20:40
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freitasm: Every time there's a reply and the last timestamp changes the discussion is shown again in the feeds.



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  Reply # 205790 7-Apr-2009 16:49
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freitasm: Every time there's a reply and the last timestamp changes the discussion is shown again in the feeds.



I'm seeing a lot of topics that I'm not interested in appearing again and again in the RSS feeds, it would be helpful if the title had something in it to show it was reappearing (would anyone else also find this helpful?), and then I can filter these out in my RSS client.

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  Reply # 210950 30-Apr-2009 17:08
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Why do I get the topic of the Geekzone:latest posts RSS feed repeated as the first preview line of the body of the post? The other Geekzone feeds I subscribe to show the first line of the body as expected. I am using the Flock reader with Flock 2.0.2

Apologies if there is a forum topic or FAQ somewhere else that covers this area.

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