Re: [rss-board] Re: RSS Feed Autodiscovery
- James Holderness wrote:
>>> To date, there has not been such a spec, which makes it difficult forI am also +1 on the current spec.
>>> programmers to find accurate information. I propose that the RSS
>>> Advisory board approve this spec to fill that gap. Looking for a second.
>> I second the proposal, so board members have the next seven days to
>> vote on the adoption of this spec.
> For the record I'm +1.
> I'd like to see some of the issues addressed that have been discussed in
> rss-public, but if there are strong objections to any changes I'd be happy
> with the current doc.
I also agree with all of the points James has raised, and would like to
see another revision incorporating some of them.
- +1 from me as is.
That said, I wouldn't mind seeing a revision that addressed the concerns that have
been expressed around the title attribute, and clarification around HTML vs XHTML. I
know, for example, that some versions of UserLand's aggregator expect either to see
a self-closed <link/> tag (XHTML-style) or not -- though I don't remember which, but
some clarification in the spec would be helpful.
Rogers [& Randy]: You'd said on rss-public that you'd do a revision on the 24th --
is that what I see when I look at http://www.rssboard.org/rss-autodiscovery right
 - http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/rss-public/message/1102
--- In email@example.com, "Randy Morin" <randy@...> wrote:
> As I've previous written here, we've been working on official
> specification for RSS autodiscovery.
> To date, there has not been such a spec, which makes it difficult for
> programmers to find accurate information. I propose that the RSS
> Advisory board approve this spec to fill that gap. Looking for a second.
> Randy Charles Morin