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#1 Dave7822



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Posted 07 December 2007 - 05:08 AM


I subscribed to the RSS Feed for the Riddles on i-Google, which I loved for about the first week, but then I started to notice the same riddles over and over again. Right now, i haven't seen a new one for more than a week. Is there any way to flag more of the riddles to be sent to I-Google so we don't see so many repeats?

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Posted 07 December 2007 - 10:45 AM

good point ... that's one of the things I am working on ... the rss feed you are referring to is actually a java script showing random puzzle (from a certain number) and I intend to add new puzzles in the script

I am waiting for stable phpbb 3 release, so that I could get some mod to automatically generate rss feed for new puzzles in this forum

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