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RSS is a legacy XML format for syndicating typically time-stamped content from web sites. RSS is an acronym that that stands for: Rich Site Summary (originally RDF Site Summary, often dubbed Really Simple Syndication)[1]. rfc-4287 is an alternative XML format for feeds.

There are many problems consuming RSS feeds.

See the 40+ problems documented here:

Instead of publishing/consuming RSS:

See Also