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2009 NetNewsWire 3.2 beta

by nhoizey
NetNewsWire 3.2b6 syncs with Google Reader, adds a new Send to Instapaper command, and shows off a brand-new app icon by RogueSheep.

GetPingd | Google Groups

by greut (via)

Many web resources provide mechanisms for subscribing to changes in their content. However, this change information is only made available via a polling mechanism.

A number of people have proposed mechanisms for subscribing to updates to pages or feeds, however, a missing element of all these proposals is a subscription mechanism. Sadly, this means that every site supporting this feature will likely end up with a different implementation.

Get Pingd pour la mise à mort de la syndication... (à coups de XRDS, d'Atom et de web hooks, tout un programme)


cfis : Atom Will Change the World

by holyver (via)
Its a rare day that a truly good standard comes along. Its an even rarer day that the standard get widely adopted. So the developers of Atom should stand up and take a bow - not only did they hit a home run with the Atom syndication format, they've done it again with the Atom publishing protocol. In case you are not familiar with Atom, the syndication format provides a standard format for saving blog content in XML and the publishing protocol provides a standard API for clients to read, create or update Atom documents stored on servers.

Feed43 (Feed For Free) : Convert any web page to news feed on the fly

by Xavier Lacot & 51 others
Your favorite site doesn't provide news feeds? This free online service converts any web page to an RSS feed on the fly.

Quel format de syndication choisir? RSS, RDF, Atom?

by holyver (via)
Bien que d'autres solutions aient été proposées dans le passé, trois formats de syndication ont émergé: - RSS 2.0, ou Really Simple Syndication, par Harvard - RSS 1.0, ou Rich Site Summary, par le groupe RSS-DEV, et - Atom par IETF, format largement utilisé mais toujours en cours de définition.

Rss 2.0 And Atom 1.0 Compared

by holyver & 7 others (via)
People who generate syndication feeds have a choice of feed formats. As of mid-2005, the two most likely candidates will be [WWW]RSS 2.0 and [WWW]Atom 1.0. The purpose of this page is to summarize, as clearly and simply as possible, the differences between the RSS 2.0 and Atom 1.0 syndication languages.


The Ultimate RSS Toolbox

by philippej & 10 others (via)
« Never again will mankind have to look for RSS info in more than one place… »


by Nayko & 21 others
The RSS Platform Company


by Nayko & 3 others
service en ligne GRATUIT permettant de rechercher, de créer et de partager des fils d'actualités

(U) RSS and Atom Considerations: Moving Toward Atom (UNCLASSIFIED)

by benoit & 1 other

This white paper recommends that the Intelligence Community, over time, move toward adoption of Atom Syndication Format as the Community’s standard XML-based language for syndication feeds. The paper compares Atom to the current de facto standard, RSS 2.0, and explains the many benefits to be gained by moving toward Atom.

FeedLight | BrokenLogic

by nhoizey (via)
FeedLight is a stylesheet for NetNewsWire and Vienna.


Atom - Wikipédia

by pvergain
Atom est un format de document basé sur XML conçu pour la syndication de contenu périodique tel que les weblogs ou les sites d'actualités. Il permet l'affichage des sources surveillées aussi bien sur un site Web que directement dans un agrégateur. Il est semblable aux diverses versions de RSS, mais vise à être plus flexible. Il est normalisé par l'IETF contrairement aux divers RSS, pilotés par des entreprises privées. Les fils Atom peuvent être distribués, par exemple par le protocole HTTP. Le schéma XML utilisé est spécifié grâce au langage RelaxNG. Le format expérimental Atom 0.3 a été à un moment relativement répandu sur l'Internet. Mais Wikipedia utilise désormais le format officiel, le 1.0, qui est décrit dans le RFC 4287

RSS Scripts Directory

by oreck & 1 other
One time fee grants access to a bunch of RSS scripts for managing, manipulating, displaying and creating RSS feeds! Great value!

Feeds As Attack Delivery Systems

by philippej (via)
About "various forms of attacks based on Web feeds that follow the RSS, Atom and XML standards."

Namespaced Extensions in Feeds

by tehu & 4 others (via)
Dublin Core: 29.3% - XHTML: 15.7% - ITunes: 2.5% - CreativeCommons: 1.5% - FOAF: 0.11%

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