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RDF "Rich Site Syndication"

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Using RSS News Feeds
Jonathan Eisenzopf takes us through a the writing of a short Perl script (less than 100 lines) that retrieves an XML RSS file from the Web or local file system and converts it to HTML. [Source: WebReference]

RSS and You
RSS is an XML application that describes web sites as channels, which can act as feeds to a user's site. Chris Nandor explains how to use RSS in Perl and how he uses it to build portals. [Source: Perl.Com]

Making Headlines with RSS: Using Rich Site Summaries To Draw New Visitors
"The Web also offers a new open-ended syndication model that's hardly traditional." [Source: Web Techniques]

Internet Alchemy: Open Content Syndication Directory Format (OCS)
The Open Content Directory Format is intended to provide a concise, machine readable-listing of a set of syndicated channels. The directory format is capable of supporting multiple sites, each with multiple channels. Each channel can have muliple formats such as RSS (Rich Site Summary) versions 0.90 or 0.91, Plain Text, Avantgo, WML or Scripting News format format as well as separate publishing schedules or languages. [Source: Internet Alchemy]

The SGML/XML Web Page: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)
Oasis's list of RSS-related resources. [Source: Oasis]

Backend.Userland.Com
How to hook into the UserLand.Com content flow thru XML, XML-RPC and SOAP. [Source: Userland]



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