Re: [RSS2-Support] Supporting Multiple Channels in a single RSS File
- Brett, the wording in the second spec is unfortunate, but not in disagreement with the wording in original spec.And since the second is derived from the first, treat any confusion as a transcription error.Basically there must be exactly one <channel> subordinate to <rss>.BTW, I wasn't aware that Mark's spec had actually been submitted to IETF. Do you have the URL handy?Dave----- Original Message -----From: brettatmotorolaSent: Tuesday, July 22, 2003 7:04 AMSubject: [RSS2-Support] Supporting Multiple Channels in a single RSS FileHello, I am new to this group so I do apologize if my question is
obvious. I have been following the RSS development over the last few
years and I think it is very interesting technology.
I have a question that the specs can not resolve - is it possible to
put multiple channels in a single RSS file? The specs show two
- The spec posted at Harvard Law states "Subordinate to the <rss>
element is a single <channel> element, ..."
- The draft posted at IETF (RSS 2.0) states in section 3, "The rss
element MUST contain a channel element".
The first statement implies there is only one channel in an RSS
document. The second statement implies there is at least one, but
possibly more. Can someone please clarify this?
Brett, Motorola Labs
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