RSS 2.0 Specification

By on Feb 22, 2005 in 规范参考 | 0 comments

摘抄自 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rssContentsWhat is RSS?Sample filesAbout this documentRequired channel elementsOptional channel elementsElements of CommentsExtending RSSRoadmapLicense and authorship What is RSS? RSS is a Web content syndication format.Its name is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication.RSS is a dialect of XML. All RSS files must conform to the XML 1.0 specification, as published on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) website.A summary of RSS version history.At the top level, a RSS document is a element, with a mandatory attribute called version, that specifies the version of RSS that the document conforms to. If it conforms to this specification, the version attribute must be 2.0. Subordinate to the element is a single element, which contains information about the channel (metadata) and its contents. Sample files Here are sample files for: RSS 0.91, 0.92 and...

RSS 1.0 Specification

By on Feb 22, 2005 in 规范参考 | 0 comments

RDF Site Summary (RSS) 1.0 Abstract RDF Site Summary (RSS) is a lightweight multipurpose extensible metadata description and syndication format. RSS is an XML application, conforms to the W3C”s RDF Specification and is extensible via XML-namespace and/or RDF based modularization. Authors The members of the RSS-DEV Working Group: Gabe Beged-Dov, JFinity Systems LLC Dan Brickley, ILRT Rael Dornfest, O”Reilly & Associates Ian Davis, Calaba, Ltd. Leigh Dodds, xmlhack Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive David Galbraith, Moreover.com R.V. Guha, guha.com Ken MacLeod, (Independent) Eric Miller, Online Computer Library Center, Inc. Aaron Swartz, The Info Network Eric van der Vlist, Dyomedea Version Latest Version: http://purl.org/rss/1.0/spec 1.3.4 2001-05-30 Fixed small typo in section 5.3.6 (as, announcement) 1.3.3 2001-03-20 Updated mime-type and URI (as, announcement)...

Atom Specification

By on Feb 21, 2005 in 规范参考 | 0 comments

Abstract This specification describes version 0.3 of the Atom, an XML-based Web content and metadata syndication format. Editorial Notes This draft HAS NOT been submitted for publication, and does not have any status; it should be referred to as a “pre-draft.” Discussion of this draft happens in two fora; The Atom Syntax mailing list The Atom Wiki Web site Comments and suggestions can be directed to the mailing list, whilst active development happens on the Wiki. Sections called out [[like this]] indicate editorial notes that should be removed before final publication. RFC TOC Table of Contents 1  Introduction 1.1  Example 1.2  Conformance 1.3  Notational Conventions 2  Atom Documents 3  Common Atom Constructs 3.1  Content Constructs 3.1.1  “type” Attribute 3.1.2  “mode” Attribute 3.2  Person Constructs 3.2.1  “atom:name” Element 3.2.2 ...