[prssr-devel-ml] Re: updating

  • From: Juro Olejnik <juro@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 22:02:58 +0100

Hi all,

I have thought about it a bit... I think that downloading images on the
Pocket PC device is (near to) useless, and sometimes even the cached
news items are trying to connect due to some ad content that wants to be

I had an (maybe utopistic) idea: What about walking through the HTML,
finding the part of article which matches the text in the feed (and
which is usually the beginning of the article itself) and load just the
text after it? So the user would have the option to cache only the text
part of the article -- that would be faster. I admit there are risks, so
this should be only an experimental option, but to me much more useful
than mirroring the complete message.


Hal Rottenberg wrote:

>This updating is painfully slow.  :(  It's taking so long I cannot do
>it without docked or I have to tap the screen every so often to keep
>it awake until the update finishes.
>It would be improved if an update all operation would skip channels
>updated within the last x minutes.  I think some desktop readers
>default to 60 minutes, but more lately you'll have the reader using
>conditional GETs to see if a feed is updated, and that should only
>take a second to do.
>Psi webmaster (http://psi-im.org)
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