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Re: Pseudo-Last Call on draft-nottingham-atompub-feed-history-07
2006/10/9, Andreas Sewe:
But while the draft states that "[t]hese [feed] types are complementary"
(section 1), but is unfortunately silent on how precisely the three
different types can be used together.
Here are a few questions I still have:
- Is it possible that an Archived Feed Document is marked as complete?
By definition, an Archived Feed is a set of Feed Documents, and an
Archive Document is a Feed Document within that set. It cannot be
"complete", unless it is the only one in the set, and therefore
represents the whole Archived Feed as a single Feed Document. It's
"current" link should then point to itself (i.e. the same as the
- Is it possible that a Paged Feed's pages (i.e., its feed documents)
are marked as complete?
By definition, a Complete Feed is a single Feed Document.
2. Complete Feeds
A complete feed is a feed document that contains all of the entries
of a logical feed; any entry not actually in the feed document SHOULD
NOT be considered to be part of that feed.
- Is it possible to serve a single, possibly large Archive Document as
Not sure what you're talking about…
Do you mean a Logical Feed would be split into "stable subsets", each
such subset split into "unstable" Feed Documents?
In this case, as each document is not "stable", it's a Paged Feed, not
an Archived Feed, even if the subset of entries from within 2 Feed
Documents form a "stable subset".
If every Feed Document is "stable", then you have an Archived Feed an
dyou can link Feed Documents to each others using next-archive and