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Web Design and Development
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Topic: RDF

Resource Description Framework

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Open Content Syndication (OCS)
Open Content Syndication (OCS) is an application of XML. The OCS Directory format is designed to enable channel listings to be constructed for use by portal sites, client based headline software and other similar applications. [Source: Internet Alchemy]

Internet Alchemy: Open Content Syndication Directory Format (OCS)
The Open Content Directory Format is intended to provide a concise, machine readable-listing of a set of syndicated channels. The directory format is capable of supporting multiple sites, each with multiple channels. Each channel can have muliple formats such as RSS (Rich Site Summary) versions 0.90 or 0.91, Plain Text, Avantgo, WML or Scripting News format format as well as separate publishing schedules or languages. [Source: Internet Alchemy]

The SGML/XML Web Page: RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)
Oasis's list of RSS-related resources. [Source: Oasis]

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