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Intelligence community recommends Atom and ROME

Via Tim Bray, the Intelligence Community Metadata Initiative recommends Atom format over the de facto standard RSS 2.0. And, they recommend investigating ROME too.
RSS and Atom Considerations - Moving Toward Atom: We further recommend that developers investigate free Java software called "ROME" (RSS and Atom Utilities), which provides an abstraction layer for syndication feeds so that either RSS or Atom can be generated from the same base. ROME can also be used to convert between RSS and Atom formats.
(sheesh. how can I resist) And what better way to investigate ROME than to get yourself a copy of RSS and Atom in Action, which devotes a chapter to everybody's favorite Java feed wrangler.

Tags: topic:[Atom], topic:[RSS], topic:[feeds], topic:[ROME]

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