OK, now we’re grooving.
instead of , instead of . Praise Murphy, and pass the ammunition! But wait, there’s more: don’t forget , nestled in there with its inline (and unescaped) HTML content. Gonna need quite an ultraliberal parser to pick up on that one, eh? Don’t worry, I got you covered there. More on that in a minute.
Also, my eagle eyes have spotted another important incompatibility:
instead of , and this time it’s in D/M/Y format instead of Y/M/D. No, wait, that’s M/D/Y format. Confusing? Maybe. But hey, this is Hot RSS. Doesn’t it deserve its own date format… again?