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Re: Management Item: Request for ATOM Link Relation [IANA #209057]
> <link rel="schema" href="..." for="foo" />
> <link rel="schema" href="..." for="bar" />
> <atom:content type="application/xml+something">
This is close, the link/@for values would actually be "for='foo:blarg'"
I went back to the RFC and re-read 220.127.116.11. It appears that you are
right, multiple top-level elements inside atom:content are not allowed.
Rats. But we still need link/@for for use at the feed level, where
individual atom:entry/atom:content elements might have different types of
content. Does that make more sense?
(Original, the schema link was intended for content in an atom:feed
document, but other discussion convinced our group that "content" belonged
in atom:content. When I made that change I didn't go back and carefully
check this. Sorry.)
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