Mittwoch, 02. Juni 2004, 15:54:52
I take it all back! There is a mechanism to indicate the language of each item. The following message by Jon Hanna on rss-dev makes it abundantly clear:
Use xml:lang to state the language of the actual content of the XML. Use dc:language to state the language of what you are talking about. Most often these would be the same language: <item rdf:about="someResource"> <description xml:lang="en">Some resource.</description> <dc:language>en</dc:language> ... </item> But it is worth stating both, firstly because some applications may only care about the xml:lang of the description, and some only about the language of the resource, and secondly because they *can* be different. <item rdf:about="someFrenchResource"> <description xml:lang="en">Some French resource.</description> <dc:language>fr</dc:language> ... </item>
Stupid me, eh?