[wp-hackers] Ditch RDF and RSS 0.92
graeme at samurai.com
Mon Jan 16 01:31:51 GMT 2006
What about having 0.92/RDF redirected to RSS2, but if that has happened
have the feed add a small post first in the feed, notifying users that
the feed address they have subscribed to is deprecated?
Owen Winkler wrote:
> David House wrote:
>> 3. Remove the WP rewrite rules that redirect requests for RDF and RSS
> My issue was that I wouldn't know the requests that require rdf were
> failing (since it's not going to generate a 404) unless my service told
> me something was wrong, which they don't.
> It's a minor point, I guess. But I think it's safer to omit redirects
> for the retired feed URLs and let them fail, than to redirect requests
> to RSS2 or Atom that were explicitly for RDF or RSS.
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