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From "Adam R. B. Jack" <>
Subject Re: RSS (Atom still work in progress) Read all about it...
Date Sun, 11 Jan 2004 18:37:32 GMT

Sometimes the volume of data produce by Gump overwhelms me, and certain
simple bug fixes take far long than they ought. The 'sequence in state'
counter (reset to 1 on a change) was being calculated, but wasn't being
stored in the stats DB correctly, so never incremented past one. As such all
the optimisation I did to RSS/Atom generation (to only put out newsworthy
events) was for nought, feeds were overly verbose. I've fixed that now, and
we ought see only meaningful stuff in the feeds.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Adam R. B. Jack" <>
To: "Gump code and data" <>
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 4:13 PM
Subject: RSS: Read all about it...

> Ok,
> I've validated the RSS I'm generating (using a service I found via Google,
> but has a familiar name on it: and although it
> found one nit [fixed in CVS], I'm posting this now:
> [BTW: The nit was a date nit:
> Basically Gump outputs RSS in the following manner:
> 1) Workspace ./index.rss (e.g.
> This contains projects that have successed or failed for the 1st time in a
> sequence (a sequence is stoerd in the DB.) This is a good channel for
> Gumpeisters (like Stefan) who have broad interests.
> 2) Module ./{moduleName}/index.rss (e.g.
> This contains all projects within the module, the latest news (suceed or
> fail).
> 3) Project ./{moduleName}/{projectName}.rss (e.g.
> This contains the latest news for the project (suceed or fail).
> So:
> 1) I've tried this from FeedDemon ( but I'd like to hear
> feedback from other using other readers.
> 2) I am still working on the content, all content feedback welcomed. I'm
> considering going to HTML next.
> 3) I don't think I can figure out auto-discovery throw forrest (setting
> links in the HTML header.) Any forresters know the answer?
> 4) All ideas on topics and pings and such welcomed....
> 5) All input appreciated...
> regards
> Adam
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