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Bug #72110 Strange URL behaviors
Submitted: 2016-04-27 05:00 UTC Modified: 2019-05-21 22:25 UTC
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 [2016-04-27 05:00 UTC]
This page:

Contains a link to this:

However that site is failing. Strangely, for good measure I tried SSL:

That ends up showing contents from Odd. Also odd, looking for alternatives I tried:

And those end up showing contents from Odd.

So, lots of different bugs here, it seems.


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 [2016-04-27 16:51 UTC]
- is the default host for https on that server
- is the default host for http on that server
- conf and pres is dead
- is the correct url (not https), it just got broken very recently when someone updated their presentation
 [2016-04-27 17:17 UTC]
I won't be satisfied until shows content! 

Otherwise, why show unrelated content like this? Having and showing unrelated content feels wrong. Having old subdomains show default (unrelated) content also feels wrong.

Lastly, should not fail if someone uploads an invalid presentation.
 [2016-04-27 23:03 UTC]
I didn't mean to say it should be this way, merely meant to cast a light on the seemingly random behavior.
 [2016-05-06 11:27 UTC] marc at infomarc dot info
as of today, is still failing : 

XML_Parser: Not well-formed (invalid token) at XML input line 1:1
 [2016-05-06 21:30 UTC]
The issue is now fixed, see:;h=cd2807b0842ea2a23d13a1eb5bd43c2b0fd517da

However, the strange domain behavior (old subdomains showing unrelated content) remains.
 [2019-05-21 22:25 UTC]
-Package: Website problem +Package: Systems problem
 [2019-05-21 22:25 UTC]
Yes, the old subdomains can be now removed and/or redirected to other pages instead... Moving this to systems hoping it will be resolved. So only two links need removal:

and one need proper redirection from http to https:

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