[Playlist] anyone noticed this?
daniel.oconnor at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 00:48:04 UTC 2005
Mmm, this stuff worried me, because he seems a little starstruck and
in love with the ideas behind RDF now - Is this part of the WinFS
stuff I've heard being tossed here there and everywhere?
On 6/25/05, Alf Eaton <a at pmbrowser.info> wrote:
> On 24 Jun 2005, at 22:39, Bjorn Wijers wrote:
> > Dave Winer(?) et al is working on OPML aka Outline Processor Markup
> > Language which includes according to the site (http://www.opml.org/)
> > ' This document describes a format for storing outlines in XML 1.0
> > called Outline Processor Markup Language or OPML. For the purposes
> > of this document, an outline is a tree, where each node contains a
> > set of named attributes with string values.'
> > 'Outlines can be used for specifications, legal briefs, product
> > plans, presentations, screenplays, directories, diaries, discussion
> > groups, chat systems and stories. Outliners are programs that allow
> > you to read, edit and reorganize outlines. Examples of OPML
> > documents: **play list**, specification, presentation.'
> > (** are mine to catch attention..)
> > http://static.userland.com/gems/radiodiscuss/playlist.opml
> See also http://www.reallysimplesyndication.com/2005/06/22#a634
> DW: "The people at Microsoft noticed something that I had seen, only
> peripherally -- that there were applications of RSS that aren't about
> news. Like Audible's NY Times Best Seller list, or an iTunes music
> playlist, or lists of Sharepoint documents, or browser bookmarks.
> Lists are all over the place, and people are starting to move them
> around via RSS [?], and they are not the usual kind of data that has
> been carried by RSS in the past."
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