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Apple submissions no longer showing up in firehose

npsimons (32752) writes | more than 3 years ago

User Journal 2

Am I the only one seeing this? Why aren't Apple submissions showing up in the firehose? Can I get the same effect on the front page, pretty please?

Am I the only one seeing this? Why aren't Apple submissions showing up in the firehose? Can I get the same effect on the front page, pretty please?

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I see 'em (1)

PopeRatzo (965947) | more than 3 years ago | (#36370056)

I didn't check the front page until a few minutes ago, but I see them.

And they certainly are filling up the RSS feed.

Re:I see 'em (1)

npsimons (32752) | more than 3 years ago | (#36370152)

I didn't check the front page until a few minutes ago, but I see them.

And they certainly are filling up the RSS feed.

Hmmm. And I can go to stories and go to their submission pages from there. How odd.

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