Apple is looking to hire an "RSS engineer", according to a posting in the jobs section of the Apple.com website (free registration required).
Interestingly enough, the opening was posted right after the news emerged that the RSS feature in iPhoto deviates from common practices in the RSS community, preventing users of some feed readers to access photos published by the applications. It further supports the theory that iPhoto's broken RSS feeds were the result of poor programming and testing rather than a conscious plan to break away from the common RSS standard.
According to a comment left on Dave Winer's blog, the job was first created last year. But it either wasn't filled or the person that got it either left or was fired after the iPhoto screw up.
Jobs explains the photocasting feature at MacWorld in San Francisco earlier this year
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