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Netscape announced this afternoon that the first two versions of RSS, RSS 0.90 and RSS 0.91, are moving to the RSS Advisory Board.The RSS specification documents, DTDs, and help files for the first versions of RSS (v0.9, v0.91) are being moved to...
It's finally starting to come together. Rogers Cadenhead announced today that Netscape has agreed to hand over the RSS 0.91 spec to the RSS Advisory Board. Netscape had grown weiry of hosting the DTD and specs for one of the older versions of RSS and Rogers has agreed to take on hosting of these files.
Rogers also created a How-To convert from RSS 0.91 to 2.0. Thanks Rogers for all the great work!
Here's a list from the Netscape blog of the new files being hosted on the RSS Advisory Board website.
RSS v0.9 spec: http://www.rssboard.org/rss-0-9-0
RSS v0.9 DTD: http://www.rssboard.org/rss-0.9.dtd
RSS v0.9 Help: http://www.rssboard.org/mnn-help
RSS v0.9 FAQ: http://www.rssboard.org/mnn-faq
RSS v0.9 Character Encoding: http://www.rssboard.org/html-entities
RSS v0.9 Troubleshooting: http://www.rssboard.org/mnn-troubleshooting
RSS v0.9 Future Directions: http://www.rssboard.org/mnn-futures
RSS v0.91 spec: http://www.rssboard.org/rss-0-9-1-netscape
RSS v0.91 DTD: http://www.rssboard.org/rss-0.91.dtd
RSS 1.0 schema: http://www.rssboard.org/schema-1.0.dtd
I've been using Reblinks to post all my blog entires this week. I was also able to get it working with Wordpress. Not sure if I can get it working with Blogger, as it does not support MetaWeblogAPI. BloggerAPI is incomplete and Atom API is way too complicated. I'm testing other platforms that support MetaWeblogAPI
I'm just catching up on my reading over the last month. Marshall Kirkpatrick on ReadWriteWeb writes 2007: The Year in RSS where he enumerates the big events in RSS-land 2007.
Great list! I think he left out the introduction of the RSS profile, which is already making life easier for publishers and developers.
Greg Reinacker just announced that NewsGator Outlook, FeedDemon and all the NewsGator clients are now totally free! The NOT-FREE thing about FeedDemon has always been the one point that has stopped me from using it. Sounds like Nick has a new user.