tbuet wrote:Trying to get the IT folks who manage the proxy to make any changes is very difficult.
It's been a while since I worked for a large company so I guess I've forgotten what it's like. I feel your pain, brother!
tbuet wrote:gonna go write an auto-update service to set that flag...
I've been a bit reluctant to add a global switch to turn this on for every channel since I suspect that people will just use it to get their feeds through instead of trying to fix the actual cause of the problem, thus putting extra load on the feed servers, perhaps un-necessarily. I'll have another think about it.
Maybe you can help: will setting Pragma: no-cache still allow HTTP 304's through? I suspect it will... If you send me your email address, I'll get a special build out to you for testing.