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Taler press release of 17 June 2021 badly linked by Planet GNU: Fixable
Taler press release of 17 June 2021 badly linked by Planet GNU: Fixable on our site?
Mon, 21 Jun 2021 17:57:35 +0200
when you visit https://www.gnu.org/ today and have a look at the embedded
Planet GNU news window at the upper part of the site on the right, one of the
three news snippets is said Taler press release:
' *How to issue a privacy-preserving central bank digital currency*: We are
happy to announce the publication of our policy brief on"How to issue a
privacy-preserving central bank digital currenc...'
The part between the two *'s has a clickable link, this one:
Clicking on it doesn't lead to the teasered news, but instead to
'404 Not Found
Visiting https://planet.gnu.org/ the news snippet is a bit more extended and
has more links:
'June 16, 2021
#GNU Taler news#
*How to issue a privacy-preserving central bank digital currency*
We are happy to announce the publication of our policy brief on"How to issue a
privacy-preserving central bank digital currency" by The European Money and
*16 June, 2021 10:00PM* '
The part between the two #'s has a working link, leading to https://taler.net//
The both parts between two *'s have the same problem as experienced with the
embedded Planet GNU window on gnu.org.
Following the working link of said part between the two #'s, and scrolling down
the website to the news section reveals, that the correct link to said press
release is the following and, of course, finally leads to said complete news
one originally got interested by the news snippets on gnu.org and Planet GNU:
I thought it's useful to inform you about this flaw, because you're certainly
interested in getting this news item out as good as possible and by knowing
that flaw you maybe can fix it one way or another. I don't know if the wrong
link is from somewhere on the Taler website and correctly grapped by Planet
GNU, or if the flaw originates from Planet GNU itself.
In the first case, maybe the link can be found and fixed, in the later case,
maybe GNUnet team can inform Planet GNU team, so that the Planet GNU team can
fix the link - maybe for now regarding said news or sustainably so that this
flaw doesn't happen again in future grapped press releases of Taler.
- Taler press release of 17 June 2021 badly linked by Planet GNU: Fixable on our site?,