Re: enclosure in mrss 1.0
- Thanks David,
Can I conclude from this to use both <title> and <media:title> for now?
--- In email@example.com, "David Hall" <daviddhall@y...> wrote:
> Hi Alain -
> No, the enclosure tag is not obsolete - it serves its general purpose
> Media RSS was designed with a stricter mindset. We want it to be used
> to publish any type of media (including images/audio/video) and as
> have included specific attributes that most people care about. It's
> attempt to maintain the general nature of the current RSS 2.0
> and the "look and feel" that they should be generated.
> I'd encourage you to to include both Media RSS elements AND RSS 2.0
> Enclosures. (Assuming you are able to satisify all the requirements
> the current Enclosure element.)
> As for the RSS Title element, it depends on what you are publishing.
> it's just stricly going to be Media without an notion of a "story",
> would most likely ignore that element and use the "<media:title>"
> element. However, you must remember that not everyone supports Media
> RSS (yet) so if readers are finding your content through the
> element, they won't know how to apply a Title to it.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "doosdinkje" <doosdinkje@y...>
> > Hi all,
> > I was asked to set up a mrss sytem for a documentary film site.
> > In the various sources I read, they all seem to use the <enclosure>
> > tag aswell as the <media:content>.
> > Will (or is) the <enclosure> tag be obsolete?
> > The same goes for the item <title> aswell?
> > Thanks,
> > Alain