[uf-discuss] Licensing and microformat content within feeds
jpanzer at aol.net
Wed Mar 22 14:31:16 PST 2006
At the moment, I'm looking for exactly this -- pointers to existing
actual practices. I'll note that the Feedburner approach
(http://www.burningdoor.com/eric/archives/000759.html) is different from
James Snell's link rel="license" extension for Atom. Is one or the
other in actual use?
Chris Messina wrote:
>Feedburner already allows you to embed a license in your feed. We
>should document their approach.
>I think feeds already allow you to embed a license generally:
>One other idea to consider for hAtom at least would be embedding a
>license using the object tag -- this way you could simply refer to the
>external license permalink and not replicate all the extra data (which
>seems to me one of the shortcomings of the current licensing
>Anyway, I might be missing the point of your question -- what are you
>On 3/22/06, John Panzer <jpanzer at aol.net> wrote:
>>I'm starting a discussion about feed licencing which might be of
>>interest to members of this mailing list, and which will hopefully help
>>form the technical extensions that AOL adopts to deal with feed
>>licencing issues. I'm soliciting input from the community.
>>This may apply to hAtom (to the extent that hAtom ends up being used as
>>a substitute for XML based feed data) and of course data within RSS or
>>Atom feeds may have RelLicence elements.
>>This is the initial discussion, painfully abstracted to avoid the
>>complicated stuff. I'm trying at this point to see which of these
>>starting assumptions are themselves problematic before going further.
>>microformats-discuss mailing list
>>microformats-discuss at microformats.org
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>microformats-discuss at microformats.org
System Architect, AOL
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