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David Megginson scripsit:
> Thanks for the note, John. Is Reuters Health using RSS/Atom for B2B
> delivery, or just B2C? B2C is generally the easier problem (as far as
> metadata goes), since end users are not equipped to do much except read the
> news items anyway.
The RSS 0.91 and RSS 1.0 feeds are publicly available, and we don't
track who gets them. They don't contain the actual content, and are
only good for 30 days after issue -- after that, the archive closes.
If anyone cares, the URLs are:
http://www.reutershealth.com/eline.rss (RSS 0.91)
http://www.reutershealth.com/eline.rdf (RSS 1.0)
B2B delivery is in any of plain text, XHTML, XHTML with embedded PRISM
(actually proto-PRISM), or NewsML. We don't do B2C for money; the RSS
indexes the publicly available parts of our Web site.
A poetical purist named Cowan [that's me: firstname.lastname@example.org]
Once put the rest of us dowan. [on xml-dev]
"Your verse would be sweeter http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
If it only had metre http://www.reutershealth.com
And rhymes that didn't force me to frowan." [overpacked line!] --Michael Kay