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Mette B å strup-Larsen, dk Jill Cousins, eu Jean-Blaise Claivaz, ch Nathalie Cornee, uk. Oleg Cvik, sk Elisabeth Freyre, fr Jan Erik Kofoed, no Martin Svoboda, cz. RSS. WS 3 ELAG 2005 Peter van Boheemen. Agenda. Questions RSS – what does it mean? What is it & what is it good for?

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Mette Båstrup-Larsen, dk

Jill Cousins, eu

Jean-Blaise Claivaz, ch

Nathalie Cornee, uk

Oleg Cvik, sk

Elisabeth Freyre, fr

Jan Erik Kofoed, no

Martin Svoboda, cz

RSS

WS 3 ELAG 2005

Peter van Boheemen

agenda
Agenda
  • Questions
    • RSS – what does it mean?
    • What is it & what is it good for?
    • Who is using it and why?
  • Relation to other kinds of communication
  • Conclusions, recommendations
rss what does it mean
RSS – what does it mean?

Rich Site Summary

Real Simple Syndication

RDF Site Summary

what is it what is it good for
What is it & what is it good for?
  • Small chunks of well structured data

(XML; title, date, link, …)

  • Simple standardised method of broadcasting (feeding) news
rss principle of operation

“news”

db

RSS principle of operation

e-mail

weblog

RSS

RSS reader

reformat

select

read & interpret

web page

???

who is using it and why
Who is using it and why?
  • Who produces RSS feeds?
    • Bloggers: The Shifted Librarian, Peter Scott’s Library Blog, …
    • Media: BBC, CNN, …
    • Journal publishers: NPG (Nature), …
    • Libraries: Woodburn Library, …
  • Who reads RSS feeds?
    • individuals, which?
    • applications
      • aggregators, library portals?
conclusions recommendations
Conclusions, recommendations
  • Powerful: reallysimple & easy to implement both at producer and user side
  • Ca 15 million bloggers do use it
  • Could serve libraries well to broadcast „news“ to users
  • Not part of our standard applications yet (plug-in or separate reader needed)
  • Likely to be integrated into browsers or e-mail clients soon (tomorrow) …
  • Be prepared!!!
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