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proper rss feed with tAdvancedFileOutputXML

Sorry I am mostly here when I need help. Thats the hard live equation.
I have created job that gives me domain name that will be free for registration tomorrow.
Now I need that information in rss feed.
But using tRSSOutput does not give me proper rss feed:
http://winstart.com/tRSSOutput.xml
I even try to get feedburner to reed the xml file but no luck.
I figure out tAdvancedFileOutputXML must be used.
But I am not shore how to create proper XML tree...
I have found something similar on the forum here but that did not help me all the way...
My schema list have only two items Domain and Date. Actually I just need the Domain in the output (becaus all Date i the same)
So I need proper rss output and with luxury I need something like this:
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<rss version="2.0">
<channel>
<title>Title goes here</title>
<link>http://somedomain/</link>
<description>My proper rss feed...</description>
<image>
<url>http://my.nice/logo.gif</url>
<link>http://mynice.site</link>
</image>
<item>
<title>"Domain"</title>
<link>http://mysite.here/"Domain"</link>
<description>The "Domain" is likely to be free tomorrow.</description>
</item>
<item>
<title>"Domain"</title>
<link>http://mysite.here/"Domain"</link>
<description>The "Domain" is likely to be free tomorrow.</description>
</item>
</channel>
</rss>

Well the "Domain" is actual domain name...
Thankz for any help and sugestions..
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