There are a number of tools which currently provide information in a variety of RSS formats, from RSS 1.0 to Atom. This page is a collection of server-software implementations that export RSS 1.1.
Wordpress uses separate files for each feed type that it exports. It then uses a central file to determine which feed is requested. This section contains information on how to modify your Wordpress files in a Wordpress 1.3 install to add support for RSS 1.1.
There are three files that need changing in order to fully support an RSS 1.1 feed while using the Wordpress permalinks support.
To make your Wordpress weblog export RSS 1.1, you will need to install the first two files, and modify the third. (The reason for this modification is to ensure that Wordpress changes will continue to apply in the future: Although the feed file is relatively stable, the classes file is not.)
If you are not using Wordpress's permalinks support, you can omit steps two and three from this list.
Modify this so it reads:
$feedregex2 = '(feed|rdf|rss|rss2|atom)/?$'
Once you have done this, upload the file into the location you downloaded it from.
$feedregex2 = '(feed|rdf|rss|rss2|atom|rss1.1)/?$'
Your RSS 1.1 feed will now be available at <http://example.org/wordpressblog/wp-rss11.php>. If you have permalink support enabled, it will also be available at <http://example.org/wordpressblog/feed/rss1.1>.
Movable Type uses a "templating" system to display content. There are a number of pre-included templates with Movable Type. It is also possible to create your own template in addition to the defaults.
To add an RSS 1.1 feed to your Movable Type based weblog, you will need to either edit an existing Template, or create a new one. This tutorial walks you through the steps of creating a new template for RSS 1.1.
Your template will now be available at the location you chose in the Output File.
Gallery is a web-based photo gallery.
Support is currently in progress for RSS 1.1 in Gallery 2. It will be part of the RSS module which is currently under development, and will include additional data using EXIF from the images.
Users of Gallery 1 using a version which supports RSS (1.4.4-cvs-bl142 or greater) can use an untested implementation of RSS support. Simply download the file, and copy it to rss11.php, after which you can visit <http://example.org/gallery/rss11.php> for updates of your gallery items in RSS. This is experimental! It has not been tested, and may not be a validating feed. If you test this, please let us know so that we can confirm its functionality.
Steve Pomeroy has provided an RSS 1.1 module for Blosxom.Christopher Schmidt