hey good people who run times.debian.org-- I just noticed that the top item on the times.debian.net feed today has trouble: When you click on the title of the article, it takes you to: http://times.debian.net/1189-Brazil-Ministry-buying-90,000-Debian-GNU-/-Linux-machines which has all the right content, but the styles are broken. I think this is because of the "/" in the article name, which is being treated as a directory separator. Styles are probably referenced with relative paths. Replacing the / with a . or a - yields a well-styled page for me: http://times.debian.net/1189-Brazil-Ministry-buying-90,000-Debian-GNU-.-Linux-machines http://times.debian.net/1189-Brazil-Ministry-buying-90,000-Debian-GNU---Linux-machines as does removing it altogether: http://times.debian.net/1189-Brazil-Ministry-buying-90,000-Debian-GNU-Linux-machines Interestingly, URL-escaping the slash gives me an error: http://times.debian.net/1189-Brazil-Ministry-buying-90,000-Debian-GNU-%2f-Linux-machines yields the error message: "The requested URL /1189-Brazil-Ministry-buying-90,000-Debian-GNU-/-Linux-machines was not found on this server." I suspect that the code to generate the title links from the title names needs to become "slash-aware". And a bit more slash awareness on the part of the URL handler would be good, too (to avoid the latter problem). Thanks for working on the publicity front, and congratulations all around on the good news out of Brazil! Regards, --dkg PS i'm not on the list. if you post a followup which needs my attention, please CC me!
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