Ryan, I wouldn't wait for Yahoo to respond. If I were you I would read
Yahoo's inaction so far as a "no". Just take the initiative.
I say this based on inside knowledge of how the company works,
particularly with regard to internet standards and open sourcing.
The spec is unlikely to survive if you wait for a response.
> --- In rss-media@yahoogrou ps.com
<mailto:rss- media%40yahoogro ups.com>,
> Ryan Parman
> <ryan.lists. warpshare@ ...> wrote:
> > I would agree that Yahoo made a mess of Media RSS. Last I heard about
> > this issue, the spec was going to be moved to the RSS Advisory Board,
> > although I don't believe that's happened yet. (Surprise, surprise)
> In my experience, it can take a while to get things like this done.
> The RSS
Advisory Board's deal with Netscape to become caretaker of RSS
> 0.90 and RSS 0.91 took more than a year.
> I sent an email today to see if Yahoo is interested in having the
> board take over as caretaker of the namespace. We've gotten a positive
> response from some people at the company, but it hasn't gone further
> than that yet.