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5 comments30 Nov 2004 @ 19:00 by Seb @220.127.116.11 : Cutting off red tape
I like that. (I mean, both the expression and the act).
30 Nov 2004 @ 22:09 by JohnFen @18.104.22.168 : politeness
I faced these exact questions when I made a specialty meta-feed (http://singlenesia.com/cabal).
As you say, this is a very unsettled area, both legally and in terms of what is "polite". My stance in general is that I'll use any feed made available unless the feed source has stated outright that they don't want it to be used like that. I also think that it's polite to acknowledge all sources, and this applies to the feeds as well. When I added feeds to this project, I also sent an email to the feeds I used and gave them the option to decline participation (none did).
Generally, I think politeness is more important than legality, and when in doubt, just asking the source is the best.
2 Dec 2004 @ 02:35 by Víctor R. Ruiz @22.214.171.124 : Creative Commons
There is some info in Creative Commons about how to embed licenses in RSS. In the Atom wiki there is a proposed extension for licenses.
2 Dec 2004 @ 02:36 by Víctor R. Ruiz @126.96.36.199 : Creative Commons 2
URLs: http://www.intertwingly.net/wiki/pie/License and http://creativecommons.org/technology/metadata/
10 Mar 2016 @ 18:08 by Aundre @188.8.131.52 : UniIINjZNyLJCyFK
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