Getting Started
A guided tutorial that will help you get started with RSS.

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a popular HTML-like XML-based data format used for syndication. RSS has a sordid history and a multitude of different incompatible RSS versions. (Some being based on RDF, but most only being based on XML.) Nonetheless, RSS is an extremely popular format that is used for syndicating news, blog posts, IPradio, and IPTV, with an amazing amount of momentum.

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Why RSS Slash is Popular - Counting Your Comments
Charles Iliya Krempeaux talks about the RSS Slash Module, why it is popular among some, and how it is used to give a count for your comments.
Why Well-Formed Web RSS Module is Popular - Syndicating Your Comments
Charles Iliya Krempeaux talks about the RSS Well-Formed Web Module, why it is popular among some, and how it is used to link to your comments.
The Myth of RSS Compatibility
Mark Pilgrim tells you about the sordid history of RSS and details the incompatibilities between each version.
Atomic RSS
Tim Bray talks about using Atom 1.0 as a micro format and extension module for RSS 2.0; keeping RSS 2.0 as your sydication format but bringing in and using selected Atom 1.0 elements.

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