This sounds like a very good idea. With the rising popularity of RSS something has to be done to optimize the aging delivery system...

FeedTree: "How does this work? The short answer is that new RSS items are distributed using peer-to-peer multicast."

Although it will mean one thing for content publishers: no more direct metrics (access-log) on feed popularity. But then, those metrics are flawed anyways: Just because someone (or something) fetches your feed, no one said it would also be read. We'll need to find other metrics for that anyway.


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