This feed: http://jacobinmag.com/category/blogs/feed/ is shown as last updated on 8/13/15. Feedly shows updates from today using the exact same url. This feed has over 200 subscribers, so it can’t just be that it’s unpopular.
It looks like the Jacobin server has SSL mis-configured. Putting the feed in the W3C validator won’t even connect because of SSL errors:
Having the same problem with Penny Arcade feed. Works in Feedly, but not Newsblur. I haven’t gotten an update on it since December 28th. The feed has about 1,300 subscribers in Newsblur. https://www.penny-arcade.com/feed
Same here! specifically the Club PA feed
Same SSL error. Wouldn’t even validate in the RSS validator: https://validator.w3.org/feed/check.cgi?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.penny-arcade.com%2Ffeed
Then how does Feedly do it?
Thanks Samuel. Any recommendations on what we can do to get these feeds working again?
Contact the site’s admin?
Yeah, you’ll have to contact them. Feedly and others don’t use Python, so they have different network stacks. I can guarantee that there are sites that NewsBlur handles just fine that they don’t. It is nice using the same stack as the official RSS validator run by the w3c.