It's even worse than it appears.
The OPML package has a new end-point that reads an OPML file, and if it has an urlUpdateSocket head-level attribute, sets up a subscription, and calls back when the outline is modified. Captures all the complex code behind the interface, so an OPML-consuming app can have instant updates with no effort. It's wonderful to see this in action, hope to have a public demo soon. #
Pee Wee Herman is LOL funny. Really simple comedy. 😄#

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