destroy the internets again. But only for those
Aggregators with an 'X" in column four in
table. Non-IE based aggregators with an X in this column
will simply see silent data loss. IE-based aggregators with
an X in this column that aren’t based on white-listing may
see a repeat of last Tuesday.
If your aggregator is broken, point the authors to
section 3.1.1 of RFC 4287.
Interesting... not only does Google Reader mess up the title, its link for ‘show original item’ comes from your /feed/link/@rel (or maybe /feed/id) not /feed/entry/link@href. Unfortunately I was too late checking to find out if the title mangling is carried through to their outgoing atom feeds.
Our outgoing Atom feeds preserve Sam’s title: [link]
Also, as far as I can tell, we get the alternate link right. When I click “Show original item” I see the right entry: [link]
Note that entries in our generated Atom feeds have a atom:source element with the feed homepage URL, which may be what you’re referring to. I believe Thunderbird’s Atom parser (and possibly others) get tripped up by this, which is why we moved it to the end of the entry, at Robert’s suggestion.
Mihai, thanks for the info on the outgoing feed. I’ve just realized that the borked show-original-item link is because I’m reading Sam via Planet Apache, and Planet’s Atom support is er,... sadly lacking...which I should know, being on its development mailing list. Oh the irony :) Accept my humble apologies!
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