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Arguably Removal: -rm unencyclopedic dangling adverbial modifier

Sun, 01 May 2016 14:25:19 GMT

-rm unencyclopedic dangling adverbial modifier ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:25, 1 May 2016 Line 1: Line 1:   '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed (unless a [[data URL]] is used). Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it.   '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed (unless a [[data URL]] is used). Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it.     − The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2012|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed. + The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, perhaps the most common use of the feature {{As of|2012|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed.       == Syntax ==   == Syntax == [...]



FiveYellowMice: Add link to data URL

Tue, 05 Jan 2016 02:31:02 GMT

Add link to data URL ← Previous revision Revision as of 02:31, 5 January 2016 Line 1: Line 1: − '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed (unless a data URL is used). Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it. + '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed (unless a [[data URL]] is used). Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it.       The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2012|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed.   The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2012|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed. [...]



Yobot: WP:CHECKWIKI error fixes using AWB (10861)

Sun, 15 Mar 2015 17:42:49 GMT

WP:CHECKWIKI error fixes using AWB (10861) ← Previous revision Revision as of 17:42, 15 March 2015 Line 8: Line 8:   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].     − It is recommended that only one element is included per http://www.rssboard.org/rss-profile#element-channel-item-enclosure. + It is recommended that only one element is included per .http://www.rssboard.org/rss-profile#element-channel-item-enclosure       == Similar technologies ==   == Similar technologies == Line 23: Line 23:   * [[Photofeed]]   * [[Photofeed]]   * [[Vlog]]   * [[Vlog]]   +   + ==References==   + {{Reflist}}       == External links ==   == External links == [...]



Repat at 22:18, 14 March 2015

Sat, 14 Mar 2015 22:18:07 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 22:18, 14 March 2015 Line 8: Line 8:   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].     − It is recommended that only one element is included per .[http://www.rssboard.org/rss-profile#element-channel-item-enclosure] + It is recommended that only one element is included per http://www.rssboard.org/rss-profile#element-channel-item-enclosure.       == Similar technologies ==   == Similar technologies == [...]



Funandtrvl: /* External links */ nvbx

Sat, 19 Jan 2013 01:51:07 GMT

‎External links: nvbx ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:51, 19 January 2013 Line 29: Line 29:       {{Aggregators}}   {{Aggregators}}   + {{Web syndication}}     − [[Category:Web syndication formats]]     [[Category:RSS]]   [[Category:RSS]]   + [[Category:Web syndication formats]]   [[Category:XML-based standards]]   [[Category:XML-based standards]] [...]



Craigsrose at 00:29, 14 June 2012

Thu, 14 Jun 2012 00:29:32 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 00:29, 14 June 2012 Line 1: Line 1:   '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed (unless a data URL is used). Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it.   '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed (unless a data URL is used). Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it.     − The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2010|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed. + The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2012|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed.       == Syntax ==   == Syntax == [...]



Maxsharples: Modifying statement of fact and adding citation.

Wed, 30 Nov 2011 02:32:06 GMT

Modifying statement of fact and adding citation. ← Previous revision Revision as of 02:32, 30 November 2011 Line 8: Line 8:   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].     − There may only be a single per .{{Citation needed|date=August 2009}} + It is recommended that only one element is included per .[http://www.rssboard.org/rss-profile#element-channel-item-enclosure]       == Similar technologies ==   == Similar technologies == [...]



217.118.209.33: /* Syntax */ syntax highlighting

Wed, 18 May 2011 13:00:48 GMT

‎Syntax: syntax highlighting ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:00, 18 May 2011 Line 5: Line 5:   == Syntax ==   == Syntax ==   In RSS 2.0, the syntax for the tag, an optional child of the element, is as follows:   In RSS 2.0, the syntax for the tag, an optional child of the element, is as follows: − +   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].   where the value of the ''url'' attribute is a [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file, ''length'' is its size in [[byte]]s, and ''type'' its [[mime type]].     [...]



95.144.91.105 at 00:35, 4 April 2011

Mon, 04 Apr 2011 00:35:12 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 00:35, 4 April 2011 Line 1: Line 1: − '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed. Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it. + '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed (unless a data URL is used). Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it.       The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2010|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed.   The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2010|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed. [...]



Squids and Chips: Disambiguate

Sat, 10 Jul 2010 19:33:38 GMT

Disambiguate ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:33, 10 July 2010 Line 1: Line 1: − '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed. Support and implementation among [[aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it. + '''RSS enclosures''' are a way of attaching [[multimedia]] content to [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] [[web feed|feeds]] by providing the [[Uniform Resource Locator|URL]] of a file associated with an entry, such as an [[MP3]] file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry. Unlike [[e-mail attachment]]s, enclosures are merely [[hyperlink]]s to files, the actual file data is not [[Compound document|embedded]] into the feed. Support and implementation among [[feed aggregator|aggregator]]s varies: if the software understands the specified [[file format]], it may automatically [[download]] and display the content, otherwise provide a link to it or silently ignore it.       The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2010|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed.   The addition of enclosures to RSS, as first implemented by [[Dave Winer]] in late 2000 [http://backend.userland.com/rss092], was an important prerequisite for the emergence of [[podcast]]ing, arguably the most common use of the feature {{As of|2010|lc=on}}. In podcasts and related technologies enclosures are not merely attachments to entries, but provide the main content of a feed. [...]