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Andy Dingley: Reverted 2 edits by 82.212.71.74 (talk) identified as vandalism to last revision by 88.100.233.199. (TW)

Sun, 08 Jan 2012 12:41:25 GMT

Reverted 2 edits by 82.212.71.74 (talk) identified as vandalism to last revision by 88.100.233.199. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 12:41, 8 January 2012 Line 2: Line 2:       ==History==   ==History== − RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''RDF Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter v + RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''RDF Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter was [[XML]]-based, as opposed to the use of [[Resource_Description_Framework|RDF]] ''(or Resource Description Framework)'' by the earlier version, which was then deprecated by Netscape. The new version also provided support for [[Document Type Definition|DTD]], allowing for additional [[HTML]]-like functionality.       ==Development fork==   ==Development fork== Line 12: Line 12:       *Gabe Beged-Dov, JFinity Systems LLC   *Gabe Beged-Dov, JFinity Systems LLC   + *Dan Brickley, ILRT   + *[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates   + *[[Ian Davis (software developer)|Ian Davis]], Calaba, Ltd.   + *Leigh Dodds, xmlhack   + *Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive   + *David Galbraith, Moreover.com   + *[[Ramanathan_V._Guha|R.V. Guha]], guha.com   + *Ken MacLeod, (Independent)   + *Eric Miller, [[OCLC|Online Computer Library Center, Inc.]]   + *[[Aaron Swartz]], The Info Network   + *Eric van der Vlist, Dyomedea   + *Kevin Burton, Spinn3r.com       ==External links==   ==External links== [...]



82.212.71.74: /* Members */

Sun, 08 Jan 2012 09:13:34 GMT

‎Members ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:13, 8 January 2012 Line 12: Line 12:       *Gabe Beged-Dov, JFinity Systems LLC   *Gabe Beged-Dov, JFinity Systems LLC − *Dan Brickley, ILRT   − *[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates   − *[[Ian Davis (software developer)|Ian Davis]], Calaba, Ltd.   − *Leigh Dodds, xmlhack   − *Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive   − *David Galbraith, Moreover.com   − *[[Ramanathan_V._Guha|R.V. Guha]], guha.com   − *Ken MacLeod, (Independent)   − *Eric Miller, [[OCLC|Online Computer Library Center, Inc.]]   − *[[Aaron Swartz]], The Info Network   − *Eric van der Vlist, Dyomedea   − *Kevin Burton, Spinn3r.com         ==External links==   ==External links== [...]



82.212.71.74: /* History */

Sun, 08 Jan 2012 09:13:17 GMT

‎History ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:13, 8 January 2012 Line 2: Line 2:       ==History==   ==History== − RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''RDF Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter was [[XML]]-based, as opposed to the use of [[Resource_Description_Framework|RDF]] ''(or Resource Description Framework)'' by the earlier version, which was then deprecated by Netscape. The new version also provided support for [[Document Type Definition|DTD]], allowing for additional [[HTML]]-like functionality. + RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''RDF Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter v       ==Development fork==   ==Development fork== [...]



88.100.233.199: /* History */

Fri, 27 May 2011 16:07:09 GMT

‎History ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:07, 27 May 2011 Line 2: Line 2:       ==History==   ==History== − RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''Rich Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter was [[XML]]-based, as opposed to the use of [[Resource_Description_Framework|RDF]] ''(or Resource Description Framework)'' by the earlier version, which was then deprecated by Netscape. The new version also provided support for [[Document Type Definition|DTD]], allowing for additional [[HTML]]-like functionality. + RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''RDF Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter was [[XML]]-based, as opposed to the use of [[Resource_Description_Framework|RDF]] ''(or Resource Description Framework)'' by the earlier version, which was then deprecated by Netscape. The new version also provided support for [[Document Type Definition|DTD]], allowing for additional [[HTML]]-like functionality.       ==Development fork==   ==Development fork== [...]



Toussaint: Quick-adding category RSS (using HotCat)

Mon, 17 Aug 2009 22:18:39 GMT

Quick-adding category RSS (using HotCat)

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[[Category:Working groups]]
 
[[Category:Working groups]]
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[[Category:RSS]]



204.14.156.24: /* Members */

Mon, 19 Jan 2009 21:49:15 GMT

Members

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*[[Aaron Swartz]], The Info Network
 
*[[Aaron Swartz]], The Info Network
 
*Eric van der Vlist, Dyomedea
 
*Eric van der Vlist, Dyomedea
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*Kevin Burton, Spinn3r.com
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==



Gharb at 00:23, 13 October 2008

Mon, 13 Oct 2008 00:23:43 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 00:23, 13 October 2008
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*Dan Brickley, ILRT
 
*Dan Brickley, ILRT
 
*[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates
 
*[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates
*Ian Davis, Calaba, Ltd.
+
*[[Ian Davis (software developer)|Ian Davis]], Calaba, Ltd.
 
*Leigh Dodds, xmlhack
 
*Leigh Dodds, xmlhack
 
*Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive
 
*Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive



Bunnyhop11 at 21:46, 14 August 2008

Thu, 14 Aug 2008 21:46:29 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 21:46, 14 August 2008 Line 2: Line 2:       ==History==   ==History== − RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''Rich Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter was [[XML]]-based, as opposed to the use of [[Resource_Description_Framework|RDF]] ''(or Resource Description Framework)'' by the earlier version, which was then deprecated by Netscape. The new version also provided support for [[DTD]], allowing for additional [[HTML]]-like functionality. + RSS-0.90 was released by [[Netscape]] circa March 1999, at which point the acronym implied '''''Rich Site Summary'''''. The functionality was remarkably different from what is now known as RSS, or '''''Really Simple Syndication'''''. The former simply provided a website summary, while the latter was designed for syndication. July 1999 saw the release of RSS-0.91, an improvement on its predecessor; the latter was [[XML]]-based, as opposed to the use of [[Resource_Description_Framework|RDF]] ''(or Resource Description Framework)'' by the earlier version, which was then deprecated by Netscape. The new version also provided support for [[Document Type Definition|DTD]], allowing for additional [[HTML]]-like functionality.       ==Development fork==   ==Development fork== [...]



Folajimi at 20:53, 2 December 2007

Sun, 02 Dec 2007 20:53:02 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 20:53, 2 December 2007
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*Dan Brickley, ILRT
 
*Dan Brickley, ILRT
 
*[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates
 
*[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates
*[[Ian Davis (software developer)|Ian Davis]], Calaba, Ltd.
+
*Ian Davis, Calaba, Ltd.
 
*Leigh Dodds, xmlhack
 
*Leigh Dodds, xmlhack
 
*Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive
 
*Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive



82.5.155.3 at 02:16, 28 November 2007

Wed, 28 Nov 2007 02:16:11 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 02:16, 28 November 2007
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*Dan Brickley, ILRT
 
*Dan Brickley, ILRT
 
*[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates
 
*[[Rael Dornfest]], O'Reilly & Associates
*[[[[Ian Davis (software developer)|Ian Davis]], Calaba, Ltd.
+
*[[Ian Davis (software developer)|Ian Davis]], Calaba, Ltd.
 
*Leigh Dodds, xmlhack
 
*Leigh Dodds, xmlhack
 
*Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive
 
*Jonathan Eisenzopf, Whirlwind Interactive