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> Hmm, at the risk of venturing into very flame-ridden territory, the
> concrete example of RSS tends to point the opposite direction: most
> bloggers balked at paying the "RDF tax" and tend to stick with
> XML, or XML-
> like stuff that one can extract RSS information from anyway.
> Where are the
> real-world Kerrys with stories of their greatly enhanced productivity?
Many of the RSS 2.0 proponents appear now to be working on ways of sharing
(topic) vocabularies, trying to make RSS more namespace-friendly to allow
its use for applications outside of the immediate blog/news domain and
finding better ways of identifying and describing resources.
In other words, they're hard at work reinventing RDF ;-)