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ATOM (instead of RSS)

From http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=697&topic=14

" http://AtomEnabled.org proclaims: "AtomEnabled finally makes it possible for developers to have a consistent, tightly specified, well-documented XML format for both syndication and authoring of content. Using one data format for both reading and writing, with a growing library of components supporting Atom development in almost any major scripting or programming language, means your application, site, or device can benefit from the network effect of a large community while spending less time developing core data exchange functionality."

So if you're a Developer, that meant something to you and you are looking forward to using this data format to develop cool stuff for the rest of us. We're looking forward to that too. Please check out the Developers area of AtomEnabled.org for specs and information. Also, watch the Blogger Developer blog for information specific to Blogger.

What Atom Means to Everyone

Ultimately, Atom is not just for bloggers and developers, but for everyone. As a universal format for personal content publishing built on a platform that is very extensible, Atom will allow the easy flow of information to and from the Web and beyond. Yes, Atom comes from a bloggy crowd, but that's just because the blogosphere is such fertile soil for innovation. Thanks to everyone who put in a lot of hard work to bring Atom to life. We look forward to great things."

http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=697&topic=14

-- MartinCleaver - 16 Jan 2005

Discussions

ATOM is implemented by Socialtext, which in turn is implemented on Kwiki.

-- MartinCleaver - 16 Jan 2005

ATOM is the new RSS

-- WillNorris - 17 Jan 2005

Does TWiki implement atom publishing/authoring functionalities?

-- StephaneLenclud - 12 Apr 2007

Does:

http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Codev/WebAtom

answer your question?

-- JohnRouillard - 12 Apr 2007

But that's only a news feed right? Atom is also about publishing stuff on your web site not just news feed. For instance my mobile phone can upload files and bitmaps using atom I was wondering if TWiki was compatible with that.

-- StephaneLenclud - 13 Apr 2007

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