Dupes really fixed now

March 31st, 2006

Thanks to some assistance from Garvin (lead Serendipity developer), it looks like the bug that Planet dislikes so intensely is indeed the tag. I don’t believe this is a bug in Serendipity bug rather in Planet.

(There is still, IMHO, a pubDate bug in Serendipity, but it appears to be unrelated)

So, the dupes you were seeing from me really are gone now. I hope.

The fix is to edit the file templates/default/feed_2.0.tpl and remove the line that provides the tag.

BTW, seems that Planet Haskell also ran afoul of this.

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  1. Joachim Breitner

    Thanks for the hints. I proably have an older s9y, I had to edit include/functions_rss.inc.php, for those who need that too. I requested my re-entry to the planet now.


  2. Jon Dowland

    My advice when tweaking with blog software or migrating between such things: tune down the number of posts that your feeds carry, massively. Flooding planets with 1-2 posts is only a minor irritation: but with 12 or more it becomes a real inconvenience.


  3. just me

    Is that kind of a recursive april’s fools joke, which is still running?

    Well, I especially like this posting here reapearing. I guess it is *really* fixed know ;-)


    John Goerzen Reply:

    I have no explanation for that! Comments on other stories aren’t causing dupes. I don’t know why this one re-appeard.


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