As mentioned, Atom doesn't support multiparty. It does support multiple enclosures, though. Are there any HTML conventions we could perhaps adopt to identify accessible alternatives?
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Aristotle, Thanks for an example of
an RDF content type. Actually I am interested in examples of these
media types: multipart/alternative, application/smil+xml (or similar
multimedia file type), and cases where link rel="alternate" is
used to provide an alternate mode of _expression_, e.g. a transcript for
audio content.. And any other cases that are in use to provide accessibility.
I'm also interested in examples of normal
inaccessible audio and video atom feeds.
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* Pete Brunet <brunet@xxxxxxxxxx> [2008-06-05 00:25]:
> In the process of evaluating atom accessibility I'd like
> to evaluate some non-text, non-html/xhtml atom media feeds.
> I haven't been able to find any yet. Can someone provide a
> list of atom media feeds? What are the possible media types
> I should be looking at?
DOAP over Atom comes to mind; <http://doapspace.org/newest>
has such a feed.
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