Headline feed not updating

An error message says that the newsfeed can't be imported.

Reblog JS is working on my test site (but imports the news in total), but not on my major site! I've got the same problem with the RSS Factory stack from Doobox not working anymore.

If you view their site (https:// the Stack in question is no longer for sale and maybe not for over a year as Jamie pointed out also, and doesn't exist on the Community site anymore (https://rapidweavercommunity.com/search?

q=rss factory) so why should they have to keep supporting something that doesn't exist anymore?

When we buy stacks and put them on our sites, we are to a degree entrusting our livelihood to you.

Feed readers allow you to subscribe to and view many feeds.

By automatically retrieving updates, they can help you stay current with new stories soon after they are published.

Barz Stacks has the same problem so his Monster RSS stack is also discontinued. You are defending Doobox' abandoning their customers to the point of ignoring requests for help?

If they are simply shrugging their shoulders and leaving us to it, they should at least have the decency to say so.

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