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==About RSS-CB==
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RSS-CB (RSS for central banks) is an extension of RSS, a standard website mechanism for sites to inform readers about latest posts. RSS is directed towards human users and simple syndication. RSS-CB adds content directed towards machines with applications that process structured information. It offers a mechanism for applications to process information that comes in guaranteed formats. RSS-CB is currently in version 1.2
RSS-CB (RSS for central banks) is an extension of RSS feeds, a standard website mechanism that news sites use to inform their readers about latest news items. "Plain vanilla" RSS is oriented for human users and simple syndication. RSS-CB does this '''and''' in addition is oriented for machine and application users that need structured information to, for example, filter selected research content for intranets or to pull in monetary policy announcements from key markets.
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==Main documents==
 
==Main documents==
This is the main page for the RSS-CB  documentation project. From here you can edit any of the following documents:
 
  
 
*'''[[Charter]]'''
 
*'''[[Charter]]'''
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*'''[[RSS-CB 1.2 Specification]]'''
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*'''[[RSS-CB 1.2 User Guide]]'''
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*'''[[RSS-CB 1.2 Application Guides]]'''
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*'''[[Media:RSS-CB-1.2-Schema-Rev37.zip|RSS-CB 1.2 XSD and RDF Schemas]]'''
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**'''[[RSS-CB 1.2 RDF Schema]]'''
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*'''[[RSS-CB 1.2 Sample File]]'''
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*'''[[Migration 1.1 to 1.2]]'''
  
*'''[[Specification|RSS-CB 1.0 specification]]'''
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==Help==
  
*'''[[Specification 1.1|RSS-CB 1.1 specification]]'''
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*'''[[RSS-CB_FAQ|RSS-CB FAQ]]''' - Frequently Asked Questions
  
*'''[[User guide]]'''
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*'''[http://www.cbwiki.net/forum/index.php Central Bank Online Communications Group and RSS-CB forum]''' - ask questions about RSS-CB
 
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*'''[[User guide 1.1]]'''
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*'''[[Application_Guides|Application guides]]'''
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*'''[[Sample_RSS-CB_file 1.1|Sample RSS-CB 1.1 file]]'''
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*'''[[Roadmap|RSS-CB roadmap]]'''
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*'''[[RSS-CB_FAQ|RSS-CB Frequently Asked Questions]]'''
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*'''[[Technical tools]]''' - schemas, stylesheets, feed generator etc
 
*'''[[Technical tools]]''' - schemas, stylesheets, feed generator etc
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*'''[[List of RSS-CB feeds]]''' - feeds that are already "live"
 
*'''[[List of RSS-CB feeds]]''' - feeds that are already "live"
  
*'''[http://www.cbwiki.net/forum/index.php RSS-CB forum]''' - ask questions about RSS-CB
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*'''[[RSS-CB AppsAndSites|RSS-CB-based applications and websites]]''' - a list of software and websites from external providers
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==Meetings==
  
 
*'''[[Agenda_December_2006|Meeting in Basel December 2006]]'''
 
*'''[[Agenda_December_2006|Meeting in Basel December 2006]]'''
  
 
==Obsolete documents==
 
==Obsolete documents==
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*'''[[Sample_RSS-CB_file|Sample RSS-CB 1.0 file]]'''
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*Version 1.1
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**'''[[Specification 1.1|RSS-CB 1.1 specification]]'''
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**'''[[User guide 1.1]]'''
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**'''[[Application_Guides|Application guides]]''' - events, news, research papers, speeches and statistics
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**'''[[Sample_RSS-CB_file 1.1|Sample RSS-CB 1.1 file]]'''
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**'''[[Roadmap|RSS-CB roadmap]]'''
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**'''[[Migration 1.0 to 1.1]]''' - note on migrating from the 1.0 to 1.1 specification
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*Version 1.0
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**'''[[Specification|RSS-CB 1.0 specification]]'''
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**'''[[User guide|User guide 1.0]]'''
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**'''[[Sample_RSS-CB_file|Sample RSS-CB 1.0 file]]'''

Latest revision as of 21:11, 23 December 2010

RSS-CB (RSS for central banks) is an extension of RSS, a standard website mechanism for sites to inform readers about latest posts. RSS is directed towards human users and simple syndication. RSS-CB adds content directed towards machines with applications that process structured information. It offers a mechanism for applications to process information that comes in guaranteed formats. RSS-CB is currently in version 1.2

Contents

Main documents

Help

Meetings

Obsolete documents