[uf-discuss] simple rss question

Kevin Marks kmarks at technorati.com
Fri Dec 1 04:58:41 PST 2006

If the page is for a person, then the RSS is an alternative. Use the 
Feed autodiscovery syntax makes sense:


but you could apply it to an <a href link instead of a <link one, eg

<a href rel="alternate me" type="application/rss+xml" title="RSS feed 
of Ted Drake"
       href="http://example.com/feed.rss" >Ted Drake's feed</a>

On Dec 1, 2006, at 3:14 AM, Brian Suda wrote:

> hm... not exactly sure what you mean? there is hAtom to mark-up HTML 
> as a feed.
> But i think you are asking for a way to say: "That RSS over there is
> about this person!" (right?) if so, then i would look at the XFN
> rel="me" property. That is used for identity consolidation, which (i
> think) is what you are asking about... if not just reply and we can
> see what we can do.
> -brian
> On 11/30/06, Ted Drake <tdrake at yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
>> Hi all
>> I am adding hcard to a page and wondered if there was a pattern for 
>> defining
>> the rss feed for an individual.
>> It seems like there would already be something simple, i.e. 
>> class="rss" or
>> rel="rss". I didn't see anything.
>> Do you have a suggestion?

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