Recently at the ol' day job, we got word through our website bugs alias that there was a duplicate version of the website located at a different, garbage URL. Fairly straightforward: someone was mirroring our website via something like a CNAME record and we needed to redirect, at the server level, all traffic from that URL to the correct domain name. More interesting, though, was that at the same time, all of the links embedded within our RSS feed were pointed to the same junk URL.
I'm pleased to announce the beta release of a new module called Flush Page Cache. While it's an extremely useful utility module, I sometimes liken it to the age-old rituals of blowing on a Nintendo cartridge or hitting the side of the TV to get things working again. What it actually does is provide site administrators a handy button that flushes all of the caches for a single page. So if you have a panel that has a view that lists some nodes and you edit one of those nodes, this allows you to quickly and easily flush the cache for the panel page and see fresh content, rather than having to wait for the panel's cache to expire naturally. Operators of larger Drupal sites know that flushing the entire cache can feel like waiting on the tarmac at JFK.
If you use Drupal's IE6 Update module, you'll be happy to learn that I've released version 6.x-1.4. Additionally, I've released 7.x-1.0, the first stable 7.x release. Both releases primarily addressed bugs related to multi-language websites.