FYI, I wasn't referring to 2.0 here, but the version after that,
formerly called Echo, now called whatever passes a trademark search.
There's still time to fix this if we can convince the developers not
to compromise on XML.
Tim Bray and Norm Walsh have both done a relaxng schema for that,
which is fun, allows xhtml insertions pretty neatly so no escaping,
and validates nicely as xml.
..... but looking at the history of RSS?
I don't think its compromise, its 'NIH',
I want this... that.. the other.
Hence my comment :-)
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