In a 7-0 vote, the RSS Advisory Board has approved six edits to the RSS specification, the documentation for the RSS 2.0 format. These edits do not affect the definitions of the elements and attributes that constitute RSS. They were purely administrative changes that improve the readability of the document, fix a broken link and factual errors, and link to use-case documentation on the board's site.
The revision history for the specification describes the edits.
The proposal was made by Rogers Cadenhead and seconded by Sterling Camden. They were joined by members Simone Carletti, James Holderness, Randy Charles Morin, Ryan Parman and Paul Querna voting in favor.