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RE: iATOM



A little Googling turned up this reference:

http://www.nexpo.com/handouts/1062_Caluori_Paul__122264_Apr29_2008_Time_
090233AM.pdf

Interesting, they have an iAtom for ingest and an AP-Atom for
distribution, but no details on what these are.

Brett Lindsley
Motorola Labs, Application Research Center


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Subject: iATOM


<http://www.ap.org/nne/contentenrichFAQ.pdf>

> What is an ATOM feed?
> ATOM is a kind of markup language (XML) that tags news content with  
> various definitions. For
> example, it can be used to tag the main structures of a story - the  
> headline, byline, etc. This tagging
> makes it easy for AP to feed members' copy into the enrichment  
> systems. AP's iATOM is a variant of
> ATOM. It contains the full text of stories, rather than just a link  
> to the full text. In AP Content
> Enrichment, iATOM is the preferred type of feed.
>
> What is the "ATOM specification?"
> It is AP's technical specification/description for iATOM, our  
> preferred method for receiving content.

Anybody know anything else about this?

Cheers,


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Mark Nottingham     http://www.mnot.net/