Jon Udell mentioned that one of the things he wants is for the RSS community to keep its focus on users. Of course, what user are you trying to keep the focus on is always a question, but I'll leave the question of user profiles and personas for a later posting. I was intrigued by something Jon mentioned about the discoverability of an RSS feed -- one of the things that's great about the Web is that, if it has an http:// address, you can point a browser at it and get something (maybe something terrible, but you get something). We need a way to make RSS that simple. RSSBandit has a nice autodiscovery feature that's a first step. Clearly we need more, but if all RSS readers did at least that...