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Topic # 85274 16-Jun-2011 09:21
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In recent weeks (after early June), the geekzone RSS feeds have not been working correctly. I use Google Reader and have a few feeds for new topics posted to various forums and news feeds (e.g. "IT, mobility, wireless and handheld news"). 

Today I get 17 new items in this particular feed, that include mostly items that have been posted before. Anyone else experiencing this kind of problem? I will try removing and re-adding the feeds again and keep monitoring it.  

I thought I would post this in case it is something to do with changes at the geekzone end.  

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  Reply # 481730 16-Jun-2011 09:22
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Yes, this is part of a previous discussion about forum feed. I actually have just clicked SAVE on a fix the instant you created this thread.






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  Reply # 481731 16-Jun-2011 09:24
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OK thanks - so no need to find and re-enter all my feeds?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 481733 16-Jun-2011 09:28
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Nope, it should be all good the next time the reader updates the feed. Might show everything as new once again, but after that it will be fine.




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  Reply # 482140 17-Jun-2011 10:20
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Sorry, but to avoid conflicting with other GUIDs I had to implement one small change, so everything will show up again one more time today... Then it's gone.




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