Randy Charles Morin blogs about Really Simple Syndication, RDF, FOAF, The Semantic Web and Social Software.
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Pete Freitag: RSS Feeds have a content type problem. Most people end up serving them with the content-type:
text/xml. But this practice is frowned upon for several reasons. The main reason people don't like
text/xml is because its very vague, there are content types such as
application/atom+xml that describe the content of your feed much better than
text/xml does. We should be using these types for our feeds.
Randy: Pete gets it!