Duncan, not sure why you expect that subect at feed page 11. Each feed is the 100 most recently edited records in that authority, and it goes back by date from there, so it could be anywhere. I will take a look at the “updated” field question.
Thanks for your finding this.
Is anyone working with the Atom feeds provided by LC’s Linked Data service?
Are they comprehensive? E.g. the subject heading “Animals in education” / http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2017003189 has a change note of “2017-04-10: new”, but I can’t find it in place on http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/feed (I’d expect it be at /11)
Also, the feed element for /subjects/feed, /names/feed, etc. seem to be missing the single <updated> child element I’d expect with the Atom format, is that right?
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