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SSC Forum RSS Feed Permission Denied

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When adding some RSS feeds for forums to Google Reader I get "Permission Denied" for several of them (but not all!). Any idea? A few examples:

Worked: 2008 General, 2008 T-SQL

Failed: 2008 HA

It looks like :
You have subscribed to "Permission Denied.."
"Permission Denied." has no unread items.

Que desu?
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No idea. I'll test tomorrow

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A bit of digging... seems like you probably have to be logged in to have access to the feed as I can open the RSS link in my browser and see the XML spew but when my reader tries to fetch it auths are failing - perhaps because my reader (google reader) doesn't have a cookie to offer up?
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Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised it you need to be logged in to pull these. I have all my computers logged in, so Reader seems to work for me. I'll have to track down another one, kill some cookies, and see.

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I do use the same browser for both SSC and GR - I don't have any way to hand the cookie off to GR to feed the RSS server. I've tried this with both Chrome and Firefox.
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I'm having the same problem, I can subscribe to some SSC RSS feeds in Google Reader without a problem, but others just show up as 'Permission Denied."

The only difference I can see is that the ones tht work have a number under a 1000, and the ones that don't are over 1000.

this works: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/RssFeed391-0-0-1.aspx
this does not: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/RssFeed1044-0-0-1.aspx

I don't know if the problem is on the SSC or Google Reader side. Any ideas?
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Steve,

I think it is related to being logged in. If I am not logged in to SSC then I can only see a subset of the forums when I click on the "Forums" link on the right. Those are the same forums I can subscribe to in Google Reader via RSS.

Is there a reason that some forums can't be viewed by anonymous users? (Through both a browser and RSS.) Is it intended to be that way?
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I don't think we intended this, but we'll have to decide how to handle it.

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Thanks for looking at this. I would vote for all of the forums to be viewable by anonymous users either by web browser or RSS reader.
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