Re: Coexistence with Atom ?
- View Source--- In email@example.com, "Marc Canter" <marc@b...> wrote:
> I vote to support AS MANY ways possible to stay in sync with Atom.
> This is critical.
> Sam perhaps you could comment on other ways of staying in sync with
I don't really see much more as necessary. However, for completeness,
some consistency in the names of attributes might be worth considering.
Instead of url, atom uses href.
Instead of fileSize, atom uses length.
Again, not necessary.
> Does Atom wanna get into keeping track and officiate over all theseKeep track? yes.
> extensions and schemas or just let the 'marketplace decide'?
Keeping track could be as formal as an IANA registry, or as informal
as a wiki page. Either way, I want there to be a central place where
people can go to find out about other extensions.
> - marcSam is:
> YES - Atom has a place for extensions/namespaces. So my question to
> "Atom's role in these extensions?" (i.e. do they care about theshit going
> through the pipe?)Different consumers may care about different things. Tim tends to
look at things at a very low level.
- Sam Ruby