15 December 2004

Bloglines -- Does your feed show up? You'd be surprised the number of errors

Alot of sites gain notoriety for content. Not this blog-entry.

The scoop is this: It's funny to look at the Blog-lines feeds and look for that [!] symbol.

I'll say it. "Who are you to talk about a validated feed, when your corporation can't worth with the other aggregators and have a streamlined flow of feeds between your platforms?"

Give me a break! I'm tired of the lectures from the RSS "wizards" about "how important a validated feed." Those firms that have a validated feed still have hick-ups, and we still can't read all their information.

Does it matter? Of course not. We get "what we get."

And the more the RSS community beats the public-consumer over the head about "the importance of a validated feed" is what makes them look more hypocrtical.

We're the user. You're the expert. Demonstrate first. If you can't do it, fine; but back off and stop the lectures how the 'customer that can't do this' should behave themselves.
Alot of sites gain notoriety for content. Not this blog-entry.

The scoop is this: It's funny to look at the Blog-lines feeds and look for that [!] symbol.

I'll say it. "Who are you to talk about a validated feed, when your corporation can't worth with the other aggregators and have a streamlined flow of feeds between your platforms?"

Give me a break! I'm tired of the lectures from the RSS "wizards" about "how important a validated feed." Those firms that have a validated feed still have hick-ups, and we still can't read all their information.

Does it matter? Of course not. We get "what we get."

And the more the RSS community beats the public-consumer over the head about "the importance of a validated feed" is what makes them look more hypocrtical.

We're the user. You're the expert. Demonstrate first. If you can't do it, fine; but back off and stop the lectures how the 'customer that can't do this' should behave themselves.
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