Browsers that Parse, Jorn Barger: “generalise the repeated formatting-patterns and build regexps that can dissect them”
xpath2rss, Mark Nottingham: “XPath is because it’s aware of HTML’s syntax”
Site Summaries in XHTML, Dan Connolly: “If you refer to this profile in your document, you claim that your page is intended to serve as a channel in the RSS sense”
syndication formats?, Anil Dash: “aggregators should be able to read an HTML file […] All that would be needed is standardization of names and classes for page elements like DIVs and headers.”
, Brent Simmons: “I like the idea.”
, Matt Haughey: “I’d prefer to do this over RSS.”

Sounds good to me: RSS: XHTML Profile (RSS XP), spec and XSLT implementation.

posted November 25, 2002 10:18 PM (Technology) #


I’ll be at Comdex
Stirling Engine introduced on 60 Minutes, Segway on
cupcake controls a prior restraint?
photographic beauty
bandwidth and open spectrum
the rss rebellion
Total Information Awareness Demo
Creative Commons Launch!
the next eldred
web publishing is also typography (The Elements of Typographic Style)
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