I recently migrated a running instance of statusnet from a test machine into one of our production webservers. The migration was executed without problems and after some minutes statusnet was up and running. However after the migration we noticed that all our statusnet desktop clients started to display all the messages in the timeline in the following format:
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!<**an *la**="v*ard"><**an *la**="fn ni*kname">ng** Gente *or favor leer el *orreo, ini*iamo* el *ro*e*o *ara u*ar SVN *ara manejar el re*o*itorio
@<**an *la**="v*ard"><**an *la**="fn ni*kname">max Ya el dmz *e a*tualizo...
As you can see the Desktop client is not parsing the messages correctly, but they all display perfectly in the website. I already checked all the language setting and charset encoding of the database and they seem to be fine (utf-8).
Any ideas of what is going on here? Again... on the website everything works fine, this issue only affect the timeline display in the desktop client, even the messages that I post from the desktop client...