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Re: Atom and accessibility - Atom vs RSS
* Pete Brunet <brunet@xxxxxxxxxx> [2008-06-06 18:35]:
> What a11y features does Atom have that RSS doesn't?
Besides the content model, there is also the fact that RSS has no
summary/content dichotomy, which allows Atom to transport non-
human-readable data (as the content) along with a human-readable
alternative form (in the summary). Although you can include
multiple kinds of payload elements in RSS (eg. include both a
description and content:encoded), all of them have are specified
in isolation, so there are no precedence rules to decide which
element’s content to use in which context.
Furthermore, several RSS elements, such as title, may not contain
markup per the spec, and therefore cannot contain such things as
Those are the ones that occur to me off the top of my head.
Aristotle Pagaltzis // <http://plasmasturm.org/>