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Bug 92719 - RSS feeds doesn't update after the 9th of May (GLSA, news about new packages: stable & testing)
Summary: RSS feeds doesn't update after the 9th of May (GLSA, news about new packages:...
Alias: None
Product: Websites
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Other (show other bugs)
Hardware: All All
: High normal (vote)
Assignee: Gentoo Infrastructure
Depends on:
Reported: 2005-05-15 11:08 UTC by booxter
Modified: 2005-05-16 08:43 UTC (History)
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Description booxter 2005-05-15 11:08:27 UTC
RSS feeds doesn't update after the 9th of May (GLSA, news about new packages: stable & testing)
Comment 1 Lance Albertson (RETIRED) gentoo-dev 2005-05-15 17:37:51 UTC
Both appear to be up to date on my end. Just to double check, what urls are you using?
Comment 2 Lance Albertson (RETIRED) gentoo-dev 2005-05-15 17:40:29 UTC
Forgot to change the status :)
Comment 3 booxter 2005-05-16 07:41:56 UTC
I use the default rss feeds for program gentoo_watcher.
In its config it is written

booxter@tux ~/synce/kcemirror-0.1.1 $ cat ~/.kde/share/config/guitoo_clientrc
booxter@tux ~/synce/kcemirror-0.1.1 $
But the last GLSA is High:Gaim of 200505-09. After this date there was GLSAs about PhpBB, Firefox, PostgresSQL...

Shouldn't it be updated?
Comment 4 Lance Albertson (RETIRED) gentoo-dev 2005-05-16 07:46:14 UTC
I'm using SharpReader on windows right now and the latest GLSA I see is for postgres (200505-12). I highly suspect this is an issue on your end. Make sure everything is working properly on your app. Try another app just to be sure too. But from what I can tell everything is working on my end forthe GLSA's at least. Also, the feeds for packages.g.o seem to be working also for me.
Comment 5 booxter 2005-05-16 08:23:17 UTC opened in Konqueror:

Gentoo Linux Security Advisories index is automatically generated from XML source. Please contact the Gentoo Linux Security Team ( for related inquiries.GLSA 200505-09 (High): gaim Denial of Service and buffer overflow vulnerabiltiesGLSA 200505-08 (Normal): hteditor Editor: Multiple buffer overflowsGLSA 200505-07 (Normal): tiff Buffer overflowGLSA 200505-06 (Normal): tcpdump Decoding routines Denial of Service vulnerabilityGLSA 200505-05 (Normal): gzip Multiple vulnerabilitiesGLSA 200505-04 (Normal): gnutls Denial of Service vulnerabilityGLSA 200505-03 (High): ethereal Numerous vulnerabilitiesGLSA 200505-02 (High): oops!: Remote code executionGLSA 200505-01 (Low): horde-vacation (and 10 Framework: Multiple XSS vulnerabilitiesGLSA 200504-30 (Normal): phpmyadmin Insecure SQL

and so on...
Comment 6 Lance Albertson (RETIRED) gentoo-dev 2005-05-16 08:37:57 UTC
Top item I see is: 

<item rdf:about="">
<title>GLSA 200505-12 (Normal): postgresql</title>
<description>PostgreSQL: Multiple vulnerabilities</description>

I think you're still smoking crack :) Are you behind a proxy? 
Comment 7 booxter 2005-05-16 08:43:57 UTC
That was my mistake. I was using KDE cache with the enabled checkbox "Use cache whener possible". Sorry for your time.