What does RSS stand for?

Info found in the FAQ which can be found at the top of the Quick Links above the ad. It’s sort of a news feed thing I think.

[B]The administrator may have enabled RSS syndication, this allows you to view newly created threads in guest viewable forums without visiting the board.[/B]
[B]The feeds are currently provided in two formats, RSS and RSS v2. The differences are as follows:[/B][ul]
[li][B][B]RSS 0.91[/B] - This feed is based on a standard written by netscape and provides a link and the title of the thread.[/li][I][/I][/B]
[li][B][B]RSS 2.0[/B] - This feed contains title, author, date and the contents of the first post of the thread.[/li][I][/I][/B][/ul][B]To add this to MyYahoo click here.[/B]
[B]The forums to which this applies can also be limited to specific guest viewable forums by adding another parameter to the URL containing the forumids as follows:

If you would like the content to be generated for multiple forums you can separate the forumids by commas.[/B]

RSS itself stands for “Really Simply Syndication”.

I think I wasn’t specific enough. Sorry. I looking for the meaning for RSS edging to begin my color party parka.

My guess would be Reverse Stockinette Stitch–purl on the right side and knit on the wrong side.

I guess we know who the computer geeks are, huh? :teehee::teehee:


Ha! That’s hilarious! I can’t believe I didn’t pick that up. I only know what RSS stands for in tech lingo because of a class I took last term. It’s probably the only thing I picked up!

This would be T.M.I. (too much information) according to m 11 year old daughter, like when I decided to have “the little talk” with her. lol

:roflhard: My kids are trying to figure out what I’m laughing about…So funny!!!