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Re: RDDL and RDF and RSS

google rdf
8/12/2002 8:25:56 PM, Doug Ransom <Doug.Ransom@p...> wrote:

>Should a web server dedicated to publishing RDDL directories
>http://www.rddl.org/ provide an RSS or RDF document about what is on the
>server?  Would this help search engines today (i.e. google) more rapidly
>index new content as new rddl directories are added to a server?

Google understands links to a resource, and ignores metadata about a resource
that it (Google) doesn't generate, AFAIK.  IF you want Google to take something
seriously, link to it from something it already takes seriously.  

Publishing RSS descriptions could assist that to the extent that the RSS
(weblogs, news sites, etc.) feeds inspire others to link to the

See http://www.google.com/technology/index.html for the Tao of Google.


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