Good example of why I grumble about full-content feeds :
is really good, but his
PS. just stumbled on this quote
spotted re. embedding XHTML in RSS :
XHTML will require more time and energy, and there's no tool
support. Escaped markup is, what - esthetically unpleasing? It
works, browsers (and other tools) understand it fine. XHTML is
harder to produce, and tools don't support it. There's a simpler
question though - to the end consumer of a feed, what's the
None. That's right, none. It will look the same either way.
What about developers? Well, there's a need for new tools.
Plays the tools argument both ways, but I think the basic
point is valid.
Jame's conclusion is :
An XHTML based markup will support the possibility of
additional things layered on - but it seems like an awful lot of
work for a presumed benefit. IMHO, it's not the simplest thing that
could possibly work….