RSS is a Web content syndication format.
The name is an acronym for Rich Site Summary
or Really Simple Syndication.
RSS is a dialect of XML. All
RSS files must conform to the XML 1.0
specification, as published on the World
Wide Web Consortium (W3C) website.
At the top level, a
RSS document is a <rss>
element, with a mandatory attribute called
version, that specifies the version of
RSS that the document conforms to. The
ITU Strategy and Policy Unit uses
RSS Version 2.0 as generated by Radio
Userland. Subordinate to the <rss>
element is a single <channel> element, which
contains information about the channel
(metadata) and its contents.
How do I use
If you do not currently use an
RSS news reader to aggregate information
then you may wish to visit one of the
following sites to find out more about
RSS and how to use it:
If you have a news reader, you may add
RSS feed for the
ITU Strategy and Policy Unit newslog
or for specific channels (see right side of
ITU Strategy and Policy Unit newslog).