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  • ...unexpected dictionary keys, so additional optional ones can be added later ]] Grabbing from http://www.legaltorrents.com/index.htm [[ danbri@fireball~/Desktop$ more wired-creative-commons-cd.torrent d8:announce42:http://www.legaltorrents.com:7070/announce13:creation datei1098766145e4...
    Dan Brickley Apr 10, 2005
  • * Suzan Foster [2005-04-09 01:16+0200] > > > On Apr 9, 2005, at 12:04 AM, Lucas Gonze wrote: > > > This is beautifully terse. I have three suggestions: > > I've incorporated your suggestions into my draft[1]. > > Regards, > Suzan Foster. > -- > [1] http://www.xs4all.nl/~foz/mod_enclosure.html I'm jumping in here without having studied the whole thread, but one quick point (all else...
    Dan Brickley Apr 8, 2005
  • ...associated with coddling bad tools. That a given tool doesn't PROPERLY > throw errors on this 1.1 format is a BAD SIGN for that tool. +1 danbri ps. I'm one of the rss-dev listowners, since last year when Rael gave me admin privs. Am happy to share this mixed blessing...
    Dan Brickley Jan 22, 2005
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  • * Leigh Dodds [2005-01-19 11:31+0000] > > re: http://inamidst.com/rss1.1/#cc-ENCODING > > "The character encoding of RSS 1.1 documents MUST be either UTF-8, > UTF-16, or UTF-32 per requirement C018 of the Character Model for the WWW." Hmm. I think there are bunch of Japanese RSS feeds that use Shift_JIS. http://www.syndic8.com/stats.php?section=overview doesn't seem to have charset...
    Dan Brickley Jan 19, 2005
  • * Leigh Dodds [2005-01-19 11:19+0000] > > Kevin A. Burton wrote: > > > http://inamidst.com/rss1.1/ > > > > > >>I'm pleased to announce the release of RSS 1.1: a bugfix version of RSS > >>1.0, being one of the most popular RDF applications to date. > > > > Do we have thoughts on this? > > > > Bugfix? > > My view is that it's misleading to label this as a "bug fix" release. > It's a...
    Dan Brickley Jan 19, 2005
  • * Hammond, Tony [2005-01-19 10:37-0000] > > Hi Sean: > > Couple quick comments on 1.1 before brighter young minds offer their more > studied feedback. > > 1. The one thing that really sticks out for me is the (rather silly?) > capitalization on the 'Channel' element which looks like a throwback to the > striping model. I think this is 100% guaranteed to put folks off this > format...
    Dan Brickley Jan 19, 2005
  • +cc: foaf list * Hammond, Tony [2004-11-01 15:05-0000] > > Hi: > > This may be a silly question but why is there no 'mod_foaf' module for RSS > 1.0? It would seem to be a very obvious vocabulary to enable. I realize that > a module as such is not required to include terms within an RSS feed - but > it does provide a uniform documentation and a guide to usage. This reminds me of a...
    Dan Brickley Nov 1, 2004
  • * Ian Davis [2004-09-29 21:34+0100] > > On 29/09/2004 18:43, Dan Brickley wrote: > >>Oh, and by the way, I think the entire WG should stand for re-election > >>as soon as possible. At the moment we're all G and no W. > > > > > > Yes, would be good to see some life back in the group. > > I'll wait until other WG members have had a chance to respond and then I > intend to propose...
    Dan Brickley Oct 3, 2004
  • * Ian Davis [2004-09-29 17:45+0100] > On 29/09/2004 16:22, Timothy Appnel wrote: > > Glad to see you are trying to keep this thought alive Ian. I agree with your suspicion and > > observations that RSS 1.0 does have some issues and that the atom discussions could > > assist. > > > > Having been involved with the early days of what became atom, I know a major factor in > > the...
    Dan Brickley Sep 29, 2004
  • * Lucas Gonze [2004-06-12 12:18-0400] > > First reactions: > > Readers can't be using this data. Yeah, it's a sorry mess. I wonder whether intermediaries (like feedster.com, technorati.com etc) might be using it though, if only for keyword-search matching. Dan
    Dan Brickley Jun 12, 2004