This is not a feed.
I'm talking to you, Bon Echo Alpha 2. Whilst I admit this [feed detection] is completely a "least worst solution" question,
at least IE7 doesn't look for feeds in text/plain and text/html... Okay, so apparently it does. Bleh. Destroying the web, etc., etc....
I'll leave my site like this until I get bored of it, which most likely won't be very long. ;)
Edit: code (just after the doctype) was "
<!-- >http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom<feed this is not. -->". It didn't break Opera.
Recent stuff related to those packages:
- The next version of Debian XULRunner should support ChatZilla. Things are a bit slow because there hasn't been a mozilla.org release since 184.108.40.206, which is also annoying due to bug 318419.
- The new "Add-on manager" UI landed in Toolkit (part of the code shared by Firefox, Thunderbird, and XULRunner) on trunk and 1.8 branch. If you use nightly builds, the extension manager in ChatZilla might behave a little odd, but it should still work.
- I added a warning to the page for Mac users that their platform (or at least, Mozilla on that platform) works differently to others so I can't support it.
XULRunner 220.127.116.11 (if it's ever officially released) will support Software Update for XULRunner apps. A few minutes ago I got the machinery working to produce .mar files, still "to do" is the server bit and a new menu item.Forget I said that, it's broken like everything else.