Last Successful Fetch Details Not Updating

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Josh Waldrum

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Jul 2, 2015, 4:45:36 AM7/2/15
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Hi there, 


I recently created a feed of my website and have submitted it to pubsubhubbub several times after making updates on pages of my site. When I use the 'Publisher Diagnostics' function to retrieve details about my feed, the Last item retrieved is correct but I see N/As about the fetching statistics (see below). 


Any idea why this isn't updating? 


Thanks!

Josh


Julien Genestoux

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Jul 2, 2015, 4:47:47 AM7/2/15
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Josh,

I'm even surprised you're able to send this as I was expecting Google Group to be closed by now :)
Join us there: https://github.com/pubsubhubbub/PubSubHubbub

I believe what you're reporting is a problem specific to the Google Hub, and not to PubSubHubbub (there are many different hubs!)

I'll let the Google folks tell you where it's best to ask them was is going in.



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Alkis Evlogimenos (Άλκης Ευλογημένος)

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Jul 2, 2015, 6:15:35 AM7/2/15
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Hi Josh. Reporting is currently not fully functioning. We have plans to restore this behavior.

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On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 7:59 PM, Josh Waldrum <josh.w...@gmail.com> wrote:

David Allix

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Jul 23, 2015, 10:29:12 AM7/23/15
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Hi Alkis,

Any news on this? Seems not working for me and I want to know if problem come from Google side or mine.

Thanks.

Roman

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Jul 23, 2015, 10:41:53 AM7/23/15
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Hi Josh,

The fetching statistics feature is still disabled. There is currently no ETA for reenabling it. Sorry.

You can use a test subscriber to test your feed. For example, this one: http://pubsubhubbub-subscriber.appspot.com/.
  1. Go to https://pubsubhubbub.appspot.com/subscribe in order to establish a subscription for the testing subscriber on your feed.
    * Callback URL: http://pubsubhubbub-subscriber.appspot.com/subscriber/my-key
    * Topic URL: URL to your feed.
    * Click Do It!
  2. Add an entry to your feed and notify the hub. You can use https://pubsubhubbub.appspot.com/publish to manually send a notification to the hub.
  3. Go to http://pubsubhubbub-subscriber.appspot.com/items?callback_filter=/my-key and observe the update received by the subscriber. Note that all updates are also seen on http://pubsubhubbub-subscriber.appspot.com/.
You can use any string in place of "/my-key". It's only purpose is to allow you to see only your own updates with the updates from other people using the same app.

HTH,
Roman.
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