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  • Aleksander Slominski
    thinking even more about it - when generating feed why not to generate as much metadata in as many standards as possible? who knows what may turn out to be
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 29, 2005
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      thinking even more about it - when generating feed why not to generate
      as much metadata in as many standards as possible? who knows what may
      turn out to be useful ...

      <atom:link rel="related" href="http://nytimes/2005/foo" title="Foo">
      <atom:link rel="related" href="http://bbc/2005/bar" title="Bar">
      <atom:link rel="via" href="http://other-blogger" title="other" />
      <atom:link rel="related" href="http://myspace/SomeTopic"/>
      <s:link rel="s:topic" xmlns:s="my-space" href="/SomeTopic"/>
      <!-- now all kind of tagging -->
      <dc:subject>SomeTopic</dc:subject>
      <atom:category term="SomeTopic" />
      <atom:category scheme="http://myspace/"
      term="SomeTopic">
      <a href="http://myspace/SomeTopic">SomeTopic</a>
      </category>
      <!-- i do not think rel="tag" is allowed in ATOM? ow it is going otbe
      handled in ATOM 1.x? -->
      <atom:link rel="related" href="http://technorati.com/tag/SomeTopic"/>

      i wonder if there are more metadata schemas ...

      thanks,

      alek

      --
      The best way to predict the future is to invent it - Alan Kay
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