Mhh, I introduced some new bugs when I implemented the RSS-Feed.
Unfortunately RSS requires absolute paths at some positions so I had to
change parts of the html-generation framework and this broke all the
forms. This problem has been fixed now and I updated
to support all the new features. Due to
some enhancements in the css-stylesheets, some designs might not look
perfectly until you update them too.
Although I was quite skeptical about the usefulness of RSS, I start to
like it. It seems to be quite cool to have a list with the latest
changes in a special program that highlights the things you haven't
seen yet. To use this feature in your favorite client subscribe to
what will notify you about any change in the wiki. Of course you can
also restrict to a certain subtree by using a more specific url, like
Most RSS clients shouldn't even require that you specify the action,
but I don't know if this is supported by all viewers. Too see an
example of an RSS-Feed, have a look at the attached picture.