For those of you (like me) who have lots of dependency on RSS, this is exciting (geeky) news! The RSS Advisory Board suddenly looks like it's back alive, with new members and a totally new draft specification.
"A new era begins today for the RSS Advisory Board, an independent organization formed in 2003 that publishes the Really Simple Syndication (RSS) specification, helps developers create RSS applications and broadens public understanding of the format." (from RSS Advisory Board)
RSS is a really great format and it's been a little neglected recently with all the attention going to Atom. Only good things can come from this new development. Let me know if I can help!
[via Darwinian Web]