#4377 www.waartaa.com feeds not showing up in http://planet.fedoraproject.org/
Closed: Fixed None Opened 5 years ago by rtnpro.

= bug description =
Feeds from www.waartaa.com is not showing up in http://planet.fedoraproject.org/.

= bug analysis =
https://www.waartaa.com/rss.xml loads fine. Following is the content of
.planet file in my FAS account home folder:

{{{
[https://www.waartaa.com/rss.xml]
name = Ratnadeep Debnath
face = http://0.gravatar.com/avatar/a7ace119fadfbbd11498e7b39891c198
}}}

Previously, I used to use http://www.rtnpro.com/rss.xml, which is similar to https://www.waartaa.com/rss.xml, and it worked perfectly.

= fix recommendation =


The feed does seem to be getting picked up, but for some reason it's not seeing the two most recent posts in the feed. ;(

Can you try and edit the last two posts so their edit time shows newer and see if they appear?

I think I have this fixed now, was a out of date cache.

Please reopen if you still see any issues.

Again, my latest blog did not make it to Fedora planet. Before releasing the last blog, I had configured the nginx server of www.waartaa.com to tell the browser not to cache anything. Here's the response headers from a response from www.waartaa.com server:

{{{
Cache-Control:no-cache
Connection:keep-alive
Date:Wed, 09 Jul 2014 18:12:54 GMT
ETag:"53b306ff-29f1"
Expires:Wed, 09 Jul 2014 18:12:53 GMT
Last-Modified:Tue, 01 Jul 2014 19:07:43 GMT
Server:nginx/1.4.4
Strict-Transport-Security:max-age=500
}}}

But, still my last post: https://www.waartaa.com/blog/waartaa-01-released/ did not make it to the planet. I am now ready with another interesting blog post and I want to get this issue resolved before publishing it.

Please help.

Hi. We are aware of this ticket, but very busy with Fedora 21 branching and related activities right now.

Please be patient and we will look into this as soon as we can.

Thanks.

Sure! Thanks for reverting back +1

So, this is weird. I can't quite figure out why its not showing up.

I do see:

last-modified: Wed, 02 Jul 2014 19:38:51 GMT
...
<lastbuilddate>Thu, 03 Jul 2014 01:08:51 GMT</lastbuilddate>

ie, the last-modified header from nginx is older than the "lastBuildDate" in the xml from Nikola.

I also see in the cache:

-rw-r--r--. 1 planet-user web 5933 Mar 6 08:50 ./config/people/cache/waartaa.com,blog,waartaa-applies-for-gsoc-2014
-rw-r--r--. 1 planet-user web 5940 Mar 6 08:50 ./config/people/cache/waartaa.com,blog,waartaa-applies-for-gsoc-2014.html

Any idea why that entry would have both a .html and non .html version? Perhaps there's something there thats confusing it?

It seems that my blogs have started to reflect in Planet Fedora. I will mark this as resolved for now.

Also, could you point me to script/app which is responsible for fetching blogs into planet? I will try to run it locally and check for issues with Nikola based blogs.

Replying to [comment:7 kevin]:

So, this is weird. I can't quite figure out why its not showing up.

I do see:

last-modified: Wed, 02 Jul 2014 19:38:51 GMT
...
<lastbuilddate>Thu, 03 Jul 2014 01:08:51 GMT</lastbuilddate>

ie, the last-modified header from nginx is older than the "lastBuildDate" in the xml from Nikola.

This is weird. I will look into it.

I also see in the cache:

-rw-r--r--. 1 planet-user web 5933 Mar 6 08:50 ./config/people/cache/waartaa.com,blog,waartaa-applies-for-gsoc-2014
-rw-r--r--. 1 planet-user web 5940 Mar 6 08:50 ./config/people/cache/waartaa.com,blog,waartaa-applies-for-gsoc-2014.html

Any idea why that entry would have both a .html and non .html version? Perhaps there's something there thats confusing it?

I think it's because I changed settings of my Nikola setup to not have {{{.html}}} extensions in the URLs, then.

ok.

The package we use is called 'planet-venus'

https://github.com/rubys/venus

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