||Rory Perry's Weblog
Law, technology, and the courts
Monday, June 30, 2003
Two cents on the RSS debate
Count me among the weblog end users who are simply trying to use RSS now to expand the delivery of information. I work in the public sector, and have been publishing court information as RSS for over a year, with some real benefits to the public and the court where I work. Now, our expansion plans to develop additional automated RSS feeds from our case management system will apparently have to be put on hold.
My attempts to gain further understanding by reviewing this discussion and others has been frustrating, to say the least. What I have seen is an amazing lack of decorum, lack of clarity in discussion, and willingness to put suspicion first, along with some talk about the technical side, where the issues don't appear to be insurmountable at all. Why should I care? Because what's important for my work is to have a stable, scalable standard in this area that can still be implemented by ordinary folks like myself who want to expand information delivery and keep the budget low. 5:58:30 PM [Permanent Link]
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