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   RE: [xml-dev] best practice for providing newsfeeds ?

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At the same proportions in the mix?

I've no dog in this game, but the patterns are 
fascinating.  It's fun to figure out which are 
the stable food fights and which are chaotic.  If 
it is indeed customer pull, and the customers are 
stronger than the technologists, I would expect 
a stable pattern of new features in the software 
releases and reasonably happy customers.  The trick 
is to find the coupler between the two feedback 
sources.  Namespaces don't ever seem to make 
any customers happy, so I doubt that is it.


From: Dare Obasanjo [mailto:dareo@microsoft.com]

One of the more common requests for RSS feeds is that they support
better interaction with comments. Namespaced extensions are used to
solve this in RSS 2.0 in ways that many of my users have liked and have
made it into other aggregators like SharpReader. 

The ability to go above and beyond the base syndication specs (here I
lump in ATOM, RSS 2.0, RSS 1.0, etc) is based on customer demand. 


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