Feed URI Scheme
In computing, the
feed URI scheme (sometimes referred to, imprecisely, as the feed protocol) was a suggested URI scheme designed to facilitate subscription to web feeds; specifically, it was intended that a news aggregator be launched whenever a hyperlink to a
feed URI is clicked in a web browser. The scheme was intended to flag a document in a syndication format such as Atom or RSS. The document would be typically served over HTTP.
... The syntax for a feed URI may be expressed in Backus–Naur form as follows = "feed"
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