"HarryO" <harryo / zipworld.com.au> escribien el mensaje
news:pan.2002.01.03.15.17.53.297137.31908 / zipworld.com.au...
> > "Dave Thomas" <Dave / PragmaticProgrammer.com> escribien el mensaje
> > news:m21yh8871j.fsf / zip.local.thomases.com...
> >>
> >> You can get an RDF summary of the latest Ruby Weekly news at
> >>
> >>   www.rubygarden.org/rurl/html/rurl.rdf
>
> I'm guessing the answer is "If you don't know, you don't care" :-),
> but what does one use to read an RDF?

It depends on what you want to do with it.
If you are using Nautilus, for example, you can make it to download
the rdf file periodically, and you will always have updated news
without having to browse Rubygarden.
I think you can do the same thing with Mozilla as well.

Now, if you have a website, and you want to display Rubygarden
as a section of your homepage, you can make your cgi to
retrieve and parse the rdf file, and build your homepage with
the news you want to integrate.
Some instant-portal programs like phpnuke come with
automatic rdf integration, so you don't even have to know
how to parse a rdf file in order to integrate news with your website.

You can edit an rdf file with a text editor and see what it contains.

cheers,

vruz