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RSS FEEDS & HTTPS [S.T.E.P. Wiki & Forums]


I am wondering if the following are active, or can be used with STEP Wiki & Forum:


Is not, can there be? PM me if a problem. Thank you!


I like using apps like Newsify ::D:


EDIT: I see "feed.png" in pages elements, so I think RSS/atam isn't configured




I found a brief RSS (atom) link (non-https)  method for, say, STEP Project 2.2.9 page:



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