O'Reilly Network: Making Feature-Rich, Movable Type RSS Files [Feb. 28, 2003] The curse of metadata, once you get over the intractable issues of trust and standards and categorization, is that you never know how much to give. For the weblogging community, which produces masses of metadata, mostly without knowing it, this is especially true: we could be giving out so much more for others to play with, and with very little effort.
Ben Hammersley explains how to replace the default Movable Type RSS 1.0 template with a template that takes advantage of the many features of RSS 1.0 and Movable Type. This includes including comments and trackbacks (is that a word?) in your RSS feed.