The following blog entry is constantly showing up for me at the top of PMO feed: http://jeditoolkit.com/2012/04/26/code-logic-not-mechanics.html Looks like its future date (Thursday, 26 April 2012) is probably the culprit. It's understandable to allow times which are future to the local machine because of timezones. But it doesn't make sense to allow times which are much beyond 24 hours. Why don't we throw in a few hours of fudge factor for incorrect clocks and force anything over 30 hours in the future to the local machine's date (while keeping the original wall clock time)?
Best fix I have right now is to remove the blog feed. r104613 I'll re-add it once the 26th rolls around. Also, I'll see if there's some way to get Planet to determine the valid date rather than relying on the blog to do so.
Assignee: nobody → reed
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Found a fix! http://intertwingly.net/code/venus/docs/normalization.html#overrides Going to set 'future_dates = ignore_date' on all posts.
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