This post on Adobe’s Creative Solutions PR blog may be worth a gander:
_“This new update, the Adobe XMP 4.1, provides new libraries for developers to read, write and update XMP in popular image, document and video file formats including: JPEG, PSD, TIFF, AVI, WAV, MPEG, MP3, MOV, INDD, PS, EPS and PNG. In addition, the rewritten XMP 4.1 libraries have been optimized into two major components, the XMP Core and the XMP Files.
Was rooting around for some information and stumbled across this page which may be of interest:
Namespaced Extensions in Feeds
Thursday, August 03, 2006
posted by Mihai Parparita
“I wrote a small MapReduce program to go over our BigTable and get the top 50 namespaces based on the number of feeds that use them.”
Seems quite an impressive percentage for PRISM.
A new version of the AdsML Framework 2.0, Release 8 from the AdsML Consortium is now available for download from http://www.adsml.org/2006/announcements/adsml-framework-2-0-release-8-issued/.
Below is an extract from the “Vision” document which outlines the broad goals of AdsML.