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Feedster's feeds are fixed

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Feedster’s search result feeds have now been fixed. There are still some issues with the new search results, but at least the basics work.

The issues I noticed? This search says there’s five results although only four are shown. And there’s an odd set of advertisements in the search results:



Alan Graham
February 7, 2006 11:44 AM

We're looking into this. We are seeing a few issues, but are working hard to fix them as they pop up. Alan Graham Feedster

Adam Kalsey
February 7, 2006 11:56 AM

Heck, I'm just happy it actually works now. If all people can do is pick nits, then you've obviously fixed the real issues. Now the question is whether you've lost the traction in the marketplace because you've been dead so long.

Alan Graham
February 7, 2006 12:55 PM

The issues you found should be fixed now.

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