ANNOUNCE: XML::RSS 0.6
From: Jonathan Eisenzopf (firstname.lastname@example.org) Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 02:40:59 -0400 Subject: ANNOUNCE: XML::RSS 0.6
This release fixes a a number of bugs thanks mostly to Chris Nador's efforts.
This is an alpha release because the API has not been finalized. The module will be available at your local CPAN archive. Alternatively, try this URL:
This Perl module provides a basic framework for creating and maintaining Rich Site Summary (RSS) files. RSS is primarily used for distributing news headlines, commonly called channels, and is used primarily on Netscape's Netcenter,
and Userland Software's
More information on RSS can be found at:
An article covering the use of the XML::RSS module is available at:
John Udell has also written an excellent intro to RSS which is available at:
To learn more about the history and future of RSS, check out Dave Winer's http://discuss.userland.com.
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