[uf-discuss] multiple hatom feeds in one document.. can it work?

Stephen Paul Weber singpolyma at gmail.com
Tue Jun 13 00:08:33 PDT 2006

Human-friendly titles come into play once the feed-title item makes 
it in 
... until there is meta-data associated with feed root there is 
really no human-friendly way of accessing a particular feed in a page.

At 12:08 AM 6/13/2006, you wrote:
>On Jun 12, 2006, at 5:01 PM, Benjamin Carlyle wrote:
>>A user selects from the feeds
>>A client's user interface can use descriptions of the feed (as
>>specifications emerge) to help the user choose something human- friendly.
>I seems to me a little awkward to be using IDs intended for machine
>consumption as pseudo-titles for humans to distinguish between
>feeds.  Doesn't the HTML already have H# tags acting as titles for
>the sections being used as feeds?  Is there a reason those aren't
>being used as human-friendly feed titles?
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