Sjoerd Visscher's weblog
My ideas about new web technology that can change the future of the world wide web.
Shelley Powers proposed an RDF friendly version of RSS 2.0. I have a proposal too. It uses
This is new. And that the problem. RDF is in a state of flux. Yes, there is a recommendation, but later it was realised that a few mistakes were made. And work was started on refactoring the RDF/XML syntax. RDF is simply not a solid foundation on which to build RSS.
The new table of elements in the RSS 0.94 spec is a big improvement in clearity. One small suggestion: split it in two, required elements and optional elements. That saves one column.
By the way, if everybody hates
skipHours, can't we just say so in the spec? Actually I think that's what deprecated means: Everybody hates it, but it's there so use it if you want to, but don't use it if you don't have to.