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Updated: 10/1/2002; 3:52:04 PM.

Tuesday, September 03, 2002

I added attributes to my RSS Quick Summary.
  8:55:55 PM   Comment 

Mark Baker: IMO, no, this service should not use GET, at least for those queries.  Excellent.  For what it is worth, Paul Prescod disagrees.  He sent me a detailed e-mail on the subject, I'll inquire as to whether or not he objects to it being published.

For those who want to understand the issue Mark has with SOAP, he objects to the string "doGoogleSearch" in this example.  FWIW, I don't see how this is any different, architecturally, than hidden controls in HTML.

  12:17:01 PM   Comment 

Shelley Powers: I appreciate Sam's effort, though I think it's important to note that the RSS 0.9x and the RSS 1.0 efforts are following two separate and not necessarily parallel paths.  Why?  It seems to me that there is a common core that they both share.  It seems to me that if we can get past the squabbling over what the outermost element name is and whether items have a life independent of channels, it would seem to me that everybody would be free to innovate however they like in the safe and comfy confines of their own namespaces.
  11:38:25 AM   Comment 

Sjoerd VisscherMy colleague at Q42 who runs the Xopus project put a stable release online last friday. There's even some good documentation in the package! You can start making your XML/XSL based website editable in the browser right now. Remember, it runs both in IE and Mozilla.
  6:30:15 AM   Comment 

Andrew Wooster send me a pointer to Netscape's RSS 0.91 revision 3.  This RSS is apparently dubbed Rich Site Summary, according to the DTD.  After a quick scan, the only difference I spot between the Netscape version and the Userland version is that in the Netscape version, the DOCTYPE was required.
  5:50:33 AM   Comment 

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