What is RSS?
RSS stands for "RDF Site Summary"
or "Rich Site Summary" or "Really Simple Syndication"
depending on different sources or opinions. Simply said, is an XML file
based on W3C's RDF Specification, which allows extensions. It is used
to create a summary document for sites usually containing updates, new
content or news. These XML files could be read directly by aggregators
or newsreaders. Latest version of RSS is 2.0.
Other versions are 1.0,
and maybe others. For a quick intro to RSS you can read this
or for a short history description read this.
RSS is an XML document with syndicated content of the sites. Many sites (especially weblogs) offer RSS feeds which are a summary of the site in XML format. This format is:
What can you find on this site?
Links to articles and tutorials regarding RSS:
Groups & discussion lists: