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Apple's Photocasting breaks RSS standard

Posted on Saturday, January 21 2006 @ 03:21:08 CET by


Apple's Photocasting feature in the updated iPhoto program brutally violates numerous Internet standards, including RSS, XML and even HTTP.
"Photocasting centres around a single undocumented extension element in a namespace that does not need to be declared," stated Mark Pilgrim, a software developer who conducted a number of tests in an effort to document the feature.

"IPhoto 6 does not understand the first thing about HTTP, the first thing about XML, or the first thing about RSS.

"It ignores features of HTTP that Netscape 4 supported in 1996, and mis-implements features of XML that Microsoft got right in 1997. It ignores 95 per cent of RSS and Atom and gets most of the remaining five per cent wrong."
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