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JustBerry: /* Lead */ Responded to edit request (EPH)

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 05:12:02 GMT

‎Lead: Responded to edit request (EPH) ← Previous revision Revision as of 05:12, 12 January 2017 Line 46: Line 46:       Somehow the lead section, specifically the opening sentence, does not state ''what'' is RSS. It currently reads: "RSS (Rich Site Summary; ) uses a family of standard web feed formats to publish frequently updated information: blog entries, news headlines, audio, video." and goes on about RSS feeds, readers and others. But ''what'' does use a family of formats? It is an application? Or a browser feature? Or some poor human who remotely publishes that info for you? It would be good if someone competent rewrote that sentence. [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:19, 11 January 2017 (UTC)   Somehow the lead section, specifically the opening sentence, does not state ''what'' is RSS. It currently reads: "RSS (Rich Site Summary; ) uses a family of standard web feed formats to publish frequently updated information: blog entries, news headlines, audio, video." and goes on about RSS feeds, readers and others. But ''what'' does use a family of formats? It is an application? Or a browser feature? Or some poor human who remotely publishes that info for you? It would be good if someone competent rewrote that sentence. [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:19, 11 January 2017 (UTC) − {{SPER}} +   + {{edit semi-protected|answered=yes}}   PS. {{tl|Lead rewrite}} could be placed at the top in the meantime... [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:23, 11 January 2017 (UTC)   PS. {{tl|Lead rewrite}} could be placed at the top in the meantime... [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:23, 11 January 2017 (UTC)   + :[[File:Yes check.svg|20px|link=|alt=]] '''Done''' [[User:JustBerry|JustBerry]] ([[User talk:JustBerry|talk]]) 05:12, 12 January 2017 (UTC) [...]



Lowercase sigmabot III: Archiving 1 discussion(s) to Talk:RSS/Archive 2) (bot

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 00:37:35 GMT

Archiving 1 discussion(s) to Talk:RSS/Archive 2) (bot ← Previous revision Revision as of 00:37, 12 January 2017 Line 38: Line 38:   : Another useful feature is a [[feed aggregator]]. This can add many feeds together, filter them to the most relevant, then sort them to show the most interesting, most recent or unread at the top. A good aggregator can choose quite subtly with sophisticated selection better than a news site offers (i.e. your team for Foosball, not just "Sport"). It can also choose based on what you've been reading from past copies of the feed. Facebook is doing a bunch of work with this at present, but it's mosty about what they want to sell you, not what you're interested in. [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 00:14, 9 September 2015 (UTC)   : Another useful feature is a [[feed aggregator]]. This can add many feeds together, filter them to the most relevant, then sort them to show the most interesting, most recent or unread at the top. A good aggregator can choose quite subtly with sophisticated selection better than a news site offers (i.e. your team for Foosball, not just "Sport"). It can also choose based on what you've been reading from past copies of the feed. Facebook is doing a bunch of work with this at present, but it's mosty about what they want to sell you, not what you're interested in. [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 00:14, 9 September 2015 (UTC)   :: As someone with over thirty years of computer experience, I still don't understand what RSS does after reading this. Having suffered with unwanted notifications before I don't want to activate RSS just to see what it does in case it major surgery to turn it off... answer in one sentence - if I click an RSS icon what will happen? [[User:Stub Mandrel|Stub Mandrel]] ([[User talk:Stub Mandrel|talk]]) 19:36, 17 May 2016 (UTC)   :: As someone with over thirty years of computer experience, I still don't understand what RSS does after reading this. Having suffered with unwanted notifications before I don't want to activate RSS just to see what it does in case it major surgery to turn it off... answer in one sentence - if I click an RSS icon what will happen? [[User:Stub Mandrel|Stub Mandrel]] ([[User talk:Stub Mandrel|talk]]) 19:36, 17 May 2016 (UTC) −   − == "A Lot Better" ==   −   − I'm uncomfortable with this sentance under "History":   −
  − This version became known as RSS 0.9. It was basically a clone of Channel Definition Format, with a few key differences: it wasn't published by a Microsoft employee, so it wasa a lot better.   −
  −   − Sounds to me like a dig at Microsoft. Doesn't seem very NPOV or encylopedic to me. What does everyone else think? - [[User:Rdhill316|Robert]]   −   − ::This has been fixed (as at beginning 2006). It helps if you date comments like this which I think got left July 2005? --[[User:BozMo|BozMo]][[user_talk:BozMo|talk]] 15:38, 4 January 2006 (UTC)   −   − There's actually a lot of truth to this statement, so I added it again from the archive. When building the initial spec, Netscape looked at both ICE and CDF as existing attempts to create a standard. In the end, the hostility between Microsoft and Netscape made it make more sense to incorporate an RDF derived standard, since that's what Netscape was pushing at the time.   −   − Dan may recall more than I do, but I don't recall looking at Dave Winer's stuff at all (only became aware of it after the RSS team dissolved). [[Special:Contributions/50.174.192.155|50.174.192.155]] ([[User talk:50.174.192.155|talk]]) 04:29, 15 July 2014 (UTC)         == RDF Site Summary vs. Really Simple Syndicati[...]



91.219.24.99: /* Lead */ SPER

Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:23:27 GMT

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Somehow the lead section, specifically the opening sentence, does not state ''what'' is RSS. It currently reads: "RSS (Rich Site Summary; ) uses a family of standard web feed formats to publish frequently updated information: blog entries, news headlines, audio, video." and goes on about RSS feeds, readers and others. But ''what'' does use a family of formats? It is an application? Or a browser feature? Or some poor human who remotely publishes that info for you? It would be good if someone competent rewrote that sentence. [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:19, 11 January 2017 (UTC)
 
Somehow the lead section, specifically the opening sentence, does not state ''what'' is RSS. It currently reads: "RSS (Rich Site Summary; ) uses a family of standard web feed formats to publish frequently updated information: blog entries, news headlines, audio, video." and goes on about RSS feeds, readers and others. But ''what'' does use a family of formats? It is an application? Or a browser feature? Or some poor human who remotely publishes that info for you? It would be good if someone competent rewrote that sentence. [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:19, 11 January 2017 (UTC)
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PS. {{tl|Lead rewrite}} could be placed at the top in the meantime... [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:23, 11 January 2017 (UTC)



91.219.24.99: /* Lead */ new section

Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:19:02 GMT

‎Lead: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:19, 11 January 2017 Line 57: Line 57:       There is no standard, authoritative definition of what RSS is an acronym for. See [http://xml.coverpages.org/rss.html Cover Pages: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)]. [[User:Sam Tomato|Sam Tomato]] ([[User talk:Sam Tomato|talk]]) 01:43, 2 June 2015 (UTC)   There is no standard, authoritative definition of what RSS is an acronym for. See [http://xml.coverpages.org/rss.html Cover Pages: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)]. [[User:Sam Tomato|Sam Tomato]] ([[User talk:Sam Tomato|talk]]) 01:43, 2 June 2015 (UTC)   +   + == Lead ==   +   + Somehow the lead section, specifically the opening sentence, does not state ''what'' is RSS. It currently reads: "RSS (Rich Site Summary; ) uses a family of standard web feed formats to publish frequently updated information: blog entries, news headlines, audio, video." and goes on about RSS feeds, readers and others. But ''what'' does use a family of formats? It is an application? Or a browser feature? Or some poor human who remotely publishes that info for you? It would be good if someone competent rewrote that sentence. [[Special:Contributions/91.219.24.99|91.219.24.99]] ([[User talk:91.219.24.99|talk]]) 19:19, 11 January 2017 (UTC) [...]



Lowercase sigmabot III: Archiving 1 discussion(s) to Talk:RSS/Archive 2) (bot

Wed, 18 May 2016 00:39:08 GMT

Archiving 1 discussion(s) to Talk:RSS/Archive 2) (bot ← Previous revision Revision as of 00:39, 18 May 2016 Line 38: Line 38:   : Another useful feature is a [[feed aggregator]]. This can add many feeds together, filter them to the most relevant, then sort them to show the most interesting, most recent or unread at the top. A good aggregator can choose quite subtly with sophisticated selection better than a news site offers (i.e. your team for Foosball, not just "Sport"). It can also choose based on what you've been reading from past copies of the feed. Facebook is doing a bunch of work with this at present, but it's mosty about what they want to sell you, not what you're interested in. [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 00:14, 9 September 2015 (UTC)   : Another useful feature is a [[feed aggregator]]. This can add many feeds together, filter them to the most relevant, then sort them to show the most interesting, most recent or unread at the top. A good aggregator can choose quite subtly with sophisticated selection better than a news site offers (i.e. your team for Foosball, not just "Sport"). It can also choose based on what you've been reading from past copies of the feed. Facebook is doing a bunch of work with this at present, but it's mosty about what they want to sell you, not what you're interested in. [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 00:14, 9 September 2015 (UTC)   :: As someone with over thirty years of computer experience, I still don't understand what RSS does after reading this. Having suffered with unwanted notifications before I don't want to activate RSS just to see what it does in case it major surgery to turn it off... answer in one sentence - if I click an RSS icon what will happen? [[User:Stub Mandrel|Stub Mandrel]] ([[User talk:Stub Mandrel|talk]]) 19:36, 17 May 2016 (UTC)   :: As someone with over thirty years of computer experience, I still don't understand what RSS does after reading this. Having suffered with unwanted notifications before I don't want to activate RSS just to see what it does in case it major surgery to turn it off... answer in one sentence - if I click an RSS icon what will happen? [[User:Stub Mandrel|Stub Mandrel]] ([[User talk:Stub Mandrel|talk]]) 19:36, 17 May 2016 (UTC) −   − == Swartz's role? ==   −   − Seems odd that the article on [[Aaron Swartz]] says "Swartz was involved in the development of the web feed format RSS" but that he's not mentioned in the article on RSS. [[User:Jar354|Jar354]] ([[User talk:Jar354|talk]]) 20:54, 29 April 2014 (UTC)   −   − : [[Talk:RSS/Archive_2#No_mention_of_Aaron_Swartz]]   − : WP has a bit of a problem with semweb topics, so many of them keep getting either pruned or deleted. Aaron's article was being discussed for deletion altogether just before his death. [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 22:18, 29 April 2014 (UTC)         == "A Lot Better" ==   == "A Lot Better" == [...]



Stub Mandrel: /* Required fields as indicated in the section "RSS Compared to Atom" */

Tue, 17 May 2016 19:36:59 GMT

‎Required fields as indicated in the section "RSS Compared to Atom" ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:36, 17 May 2016 Line 30: Line 30:   :: Yes. There you go then 8-) [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 17:04, 16 July 2015 (UTC)   :: Yes. There you go then 8-) [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 17:04, 16 July 2015 (UTC)       + == This isn't a dumb question ==   Really dumb question from someone who does't really know how to use or edit Wikipedia, and please feel free to erase this later, but I read both this and another online intro to RSS and still come away with one basic question unanswered: How does an "RSS Feed" manifest itself in the user's world? Do I get a daily email with links to updated sites? Weekly? Do I go to a website to see what my "RSS" is lately? Does it drop down on my desk like a spider from a dusty ceiling? — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/2601:600:9001:6BA6:78B7:EBF4:DAF9:E135|2601:600:9001:6BA6:78B7:EBF4:DAF9:E135]] ([[User talk:2601:600:9001:6BA6:78B7:EBF4:DAF9:E135|talk]]) 18:47, 8 September 2015 (UTC)   Really dumb question from someone who does't really know how to use or edit Wikipedia, and please feel free to erase this later, but I read both this and another online intro to RSS and still come away with one basic question unanswered: How does an "RSS Feed" manifest itself in the user's world? Do I get a daily email with links to updated sites? Weekly? Do I go to a website to see what my "RSS" is lately? Does it drop down on my desk like a spider from a dusty ceiling? — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/2601:600:9001:6BA6:78B7:EBF4:DAF9:E135|2601:600:9001:6BA6:78B7:EBF4:DAF9:E135]] ([[User talk:2601:600:9001:6BA6:78B7:EBF4:DAF9:E135|talk]]) 18:47, 8 September 2015 (UTC)     [...]



Stub Mandrel: /* Required fields as indicated in the section "RSS Compared to Atom" */

Tue, 17 May 2016 19:36:34 GMT

‎Required fields as indicated in the section "RSS Compared to Atom" ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:36, 17 May 2016 Line 36: Line 36:   : To find a feed, look for the RSS icon [[File:Feed-icon.svg|20px]] on a web page, usually indicating that page in RSS format. Wikipedia supports them for editor watchlists, page histories etc. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Black_Knight_satellite&feed=atom&action=history   : To find a feed, look for the RSS icon [[File:Feed-icon.svg|20px]] on a web page, usually indicating that page in RSS format. Wikipedia supports them for editor watchlists, page histories etc. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Black_Knight_satellite&feed=atom&action=history   : Another useful feature is a [[feed aggregator]]. This can add many feeds together, filter them to the most relevant, then sort them to show the most interesting, most recent or unread at the top. A good aggregator can choose quite subtly with sophisticated selection better than a news site offers (i.e. your team for Foosball, not just "Sport"). It can also choose based on what you've been reading from past copies of the feed. Facebook is doing a bunch of work with this at present, but it's mosty about what they want to sell you, not what you're interested in. [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 00:14, 9 September 2015 (UTC)   : Another useful feature is a [[feed aggregator]]. This can add many feeds together, filter them to the most relevant, then sort them to show the most interesting, most recent or unread at the top. A good aggregator can choose quite subtly with sophisticated selection better than a news site offers (i.e. your team for Foosball, not just "Sport"). It can also choose based on what you've been reading from past copies of the feed. Facebook is doing a bunch of work with this at present, but it's mosty about what they want to sell you, not what you're interested in. [[User:Andy Dingley|Andy Dingley]] ([[User talk:Andy Dingley|talk]]) 00:14, 9 September 2015 (UTC)   + :: As someone with over thirty years of computer experience, I still don't understand what RSS does after reading this. Having suffered with unwanted notifications before I don't want to activate RSS just to see what it does in case it major surgery to turn it off... answer in one sentence - if I click an RSS icon what will happen? [[User:Stub Mandrel|Stub Mandrel]] ([[User talk:Stub Mandrel|talk]]) 19:36, 17 May 2016 (UTC)       == Swartz's role? ==   == Swartz's role? == [...]



Majora: /* Semi-protected edit request on 4 January 2016 */ Remove test edit (empty request)

Mon, 04 Jan 2016 08:17:02 GMT

‎Semi-protected edit request on 4 January 2016: Remove test edit (empty request) ← Previous revision Revision as of 08:17, 4 January 2016 Line 62: Line 62:       There is no standard, authoritative definition of what RSS is an acronym for. See [http://xml.coverpages.org/rss.html Cover Pages: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)]. [[User:Sam Tomato|Sam Tomato]] ([[User talk:Sam Tomato|talk]]) 01:43, 2 June 2015 (UTC)   There is no standard, authoritative definition of what RSS is an acronym for. See [http://xml.coverpages.org/rss.html Cover Pages: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)]. [[User:Sam Tomato|Sam Tomato]] ([[User talk:Sam Tomato|talk]]) 01:43, 2 June 2015 (UTC) −   − == Semi-protected edit request on 4 January 2016 ==   −   − {{edit semi-protected|RSS|answered=no}}   −   −   −   −   − [[Special:Contributions/115.73.36.59|115.73.36.59]] ([[User talk:115.73.36.59|talk]]) 08:09, 4 January 2016 (UTC)   [...]



115.73.36.59: /* Semi-protected edit request on 4 January 2016 */ new section

Mon, 04 Jan 2016 08:09:55 GMT

‎Semi-protected edit request on 4 January 2016: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 08:09, 4 January 2016 Line 62: Line 62:       There is no standard, authoritative definition of what RSS is an acronym for. See [http://xml.coverpages.org/rss.html Cover Pages: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)]. [[User:Sam Tomato|Sam Tomato]] ([[User talk:Sam Tomato|talk]]) 01:43, 2 June 2015 (UTC)   There is no standard, authoritative definition of what RSS is an acronym for. See [http://xml.coverpages.org/rss.html Cover Pages: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)]. [[User:Sam Tomato|Sam Tomato]] ([[User talk:Sam Tomato|talk]]) 01:43, 2 June 2015 (UTC)   +   + == Semi-protected edit request on 4 January 2016 ==   +   + {{edit semi-protected|RSS|answered=no}}   +   +   +   +   + [[Special:Contributions/115.73.36.59|115.73.36.59]] ([[User talk:115.73.36.59|talk]]) 08:09, 4 January 2016 (UTC) [...]



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