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Summary of RSS Modularization Debate on XML.com

XML.com has summarized the current proposals for modularization of RSS. The number of new features proposed for inclusion to this specification, and the number of high level developers engaged in the debate indicate how important this standard is.

It's really important that the RSS spec stay unified because it is working so well as a mechanism for integrating independent Web Sites. So, the issues that have been raised over the past six weeks must be understood and closely monitored. This article looks like a good way to get up to speed.

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