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The forum was set up in Aug 2008, and we used MyBB as the board software
back then. We switched to phpBB in 2009, but we had a lot less than 89000
posts back then.
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On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 7:41 PM, Stuart Jarvis <jarvis at kde.org> wrote:
> On Friday 24 Aug 2012 22:41:05 Ben Cooksley wrote:
> > On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 2:51 AM, Stuart Jarvis <jarvis at kde.org> wrote:
> > > Hi everyone,
> > Hi Stuart,
> > > I guess kde-ww is the right list to ask this. Please see the query
> > > from one of our partners in the ALERT project*
> > >
> > > Any ideas why the RSS would be limited to post 89447?
> > Can't think of any particular reason off the top of my head - there is
> > certainly no deliberate constraint on getting RSS feeds of older
> > material.
> > However I can't say it was specifically designed to return older content.
> Thanks for getting back to me. It is an unusual use case. The idea is to
> provide a non-invasive way for the ALERT system to collect the archives of
> project with the added benefit that the same parser can be used for live
> > It is likely they are striking a limit on the number of search results
> > returned (as the RSS feed is powered by our Sphinx search backend).
> > Could we have some details on how they are conducting the RSS feed
> > retrieval so I can debug why this is happening?
> Some more details from Gregor Leban (copied in):
> yes, it is strange.
> Here is for example the feed that i have in the ascending time order for
> the whole history:
> as you can see, the oldest post si from Fri, 21 May 2004 03:02:50 GMT and
> this url:
> and the p argument in the url is the post id. Do you know when KDE started
> using forums - in 2004 or sooner?
> So in this case, the number of results is already limited to 100. Could
> be an issue with changes to forum software in the past (my memory on the
> history is a bit hazy)
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