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"The Rise and Demise of RSS" 

Excellent article on the rise and fall of by Sinclair Target[1]. Not just a precise story of an unfortunate fork it can also be read as an appeal to not repeat the same mistakes from the past when developing new frameworks for and .

Dealing with and the discussion about its pros and cons[2] we should set up a moderating unit to accompany further development.

[1]: motherboard.vice.com/en_us/art
[2]: eg. schub.io/blog/2019/01/13/activ

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"The Rise and Demise of RSS" 

Dealing with the aspect of velocity when developing and establishing standards an article by Moxie Marlinspike on Signal comes to my mind.[1]

[1]: signal.org/blog/the-ecosystem-

"The Rise and Demise of RSS" 

@xldrkp I mean, sure, but I still use it, and people still use IRC and NNTP. And I feel like RSS (well, Atom) scratches an itch way better than any of the silos (I never bought into the whole "Twitter is a better RSS" thing and I certainly don't think Facebook replaces it for me either) and it also handles my needs as both a publisher and a reader than ActivityPub.

"The Rise and Demise of RSS" 

@xldrkp rss, using am aggregator, is actually my main source of information. It never became a popular technology - that article shows how and why very well, but ir"s an amazing niche tool.

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