Revision as of 17:40, 3 September 2012 by James Fryer
Atom defines a general-purpose <category> element with the following attributes:
- A string that identifies the category to which the entry or feed belongs.
- An optional URI identifying a categorization scheme.
- An optional human-readable label.
The category element is used to identify totallyradio records in various ways. The following schemes are used:
- Identifies which station an entity belongs to.
- Identifies which show an entity belongs to.
- Identifies an episode.
- The above categories are also used as a web-safe ID for URL generation. For example, if an episode entry contains the following categories:
<category scheme="http://totallyradio.com/episodes" term="86480"/> <category label="the daily show" scheme="http://totallyradio.com/shownames" term="the-daily-show"/> <category label="totallyradio" scheme="http://totallyradio.com/stations" term="totallyradio"/>
- then a client can generate a web-safe URI /totallyradio/the-daily-show/86480. Likewise the corresponding show would have a URI /totallyradio/the-daily-show.
- Marks an entity as belonging to a specific genre, which is a controlled vocabulary specific to totallyradio.
- One or more keywords or tags, this is an open vocabulary entered by totallyradio editors.