On 1/15/07, Brian Foster <blf at blf.utvinternet.ie> wrote:
> yours isn't the only one which is "screwed up".
> so is one of FRLinux's.
> what both have in common, and which the Ok postings
> do not have, is a (visible) </content> at the end.
> I'm not sure that to make of that, but suspect it's
> a clew ....
Well Yes, i've noticed that. Mine is aggregated from blogger which
you'd expect to be compliant about this. When i look at the feed, it
looks alright to me so i don't know what the issue is. Notice the
original site is fine : http://frl1nux.blogspot.com/
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