Crit on the xml.com articles for dajobe :
Why Choose RSS 1.0? (XML.com) asks Tony Hammond, Elsevier.
His answer might be that:
- it was designed to be extensible.
- it has been stable for 3 years.
- is maintained openly by a community.
Although all of those apply, he chose it for reason #1.
RSS (XML.com) by Danny Ayers. RSS 1.0 is all about extensions
and was designed so. Take this article and ignore the bits about
the loosly defined and ever-changing RSS fork and stick with the
RSS 1.0 information.
I'm saying nowt ;-)