On the hypothetical RSS 2.0, Mark Pilgrim says:

A basic RSS 2.0 document is no more complicated to learn (or type by hand) than a basic RSS 0.9x document, and a complex RSS 2.0 document can be just as metadata-rich as a complex RSS 1.0 document.
Great - I love it - let's go! If Rael already mocked this up many moons ago, why hasn't it been adopted?

What's the catch? I just snatched Mark's RSS 2.0 draft template for MT and tossed it into my config. Try out my 0xDECAFBAD feed in the RSS 2.0 draft format and tell me what part of it burns down your house or frightens the children.


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