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Edd Dumbill Summarizes Latest Developments of RSS 1.0

Edd Dumbill, the managing editor of XML.com, wrote a nice summary of the latest developments in the evolution of the RSS (Rich Site Summary) Content Syndication protocol. He did a particularly good job of giving examples of features that people want to add to RSS.

This summary useful because the big new feature of RSS 1.0 was touted as "namespaces", but a lot of people could not relate that concept to a set of real world features.

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