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Fri, 17 Dec 2004 22:19:55 GMT
Specific Advice and Configuration Tips for RSS Goodness
Glennf: Randy Charles Morin sends in a link to his very detailed advice on how to configure Web servers, modify RSS feeds, and marching orders for aggregator developers to reform the wasted bandwidth used in RSS today. A main point here is that aggregators need to be well behaved. Publishers can tweak all we want, but lightly implemented or buggy aggregators that don't observe Web server and feed directives and responses are (in my opinion) most of the problem. That's not to say that those of us running servers can't tweak our settings to improve matters, too!
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