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April 14, 2005


Bob Wyman

You wrote: "Can anyone ... tell me whether this solves the problem for other microcontent?"

FeedMesh would "solve" the problem for any kind of microcontent contained in the feeds or sources that are currently being monitored. At present, that is just RSS and Atom feeds. However, I expect that once more people see the utility of the FeedMesh -- of having service providers share their knowledge of what is being published -- that we'll see efforts to expand the scope of FeedMesh to other areas as well.

I expect that many different types of microcontent will, in fact, be syndicated or distributed via RSS and Atom feeds. Take a look at the "structured blogging" proposal we've made at http://structuredblogging.org and you'll see that we describe a format that allows structured and typed microcontent to be embedded in HTML, XHTML, RSS, Atom, etc. Given Structured Blogging, if you publish microcontent, as soon as any of the FeedMesh members discover your entry (either because of a ping or because they crawled your feed) all of the other FeedMesh members would be immediately notified of it. This is significant...

In the future, I expect that FeedMesh will be used for a broader set of sources. Also, it is clear that there is demand among FeedMesh members to exchange the full content of discovered posts -- not just notifications of their locations. Once we start passing full content, it will mean more rapid propogation of data in the network as well as reduced bandwidth load on the publishing sites.

bob wyman


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