[uf-discuss] Show Microformat Brainstorming
Tantek Ç elik
tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Wed Dec 7 07:30:56 PST 2005
On 12/6/05 11:22 PM, "Bill Humphries" <whump at mac.com> wrote:
> On Dec 6, 2005, at 8:27 PM, Charles Iliya Krempeaux wrote:
>> I think that all shows, episodes, series, and channels will (in the
>> near future) have URLs associated with them. So, I think it is
>> important to work that concept in there too. (Actually, I can
>> guarantee you that at least some of them will.)
> Since that's currently not the case (unless you count the handful of
> shows available via iTMS,) I'm going to fall back on the principles
> and the "you ain't gonna need it" rule and leave that out for now.
> Hopefully I'm not premature in writing up a straw-man model.
Writing up a straw-man model *is* premature in that it is part of doing the
*-brainstorming step in the process which should be done AFTER first doing
the research and documentation for *-examples and *-formats.
That is, assuming you do want to make it into a microformat. If all you
want to do is start publishing the content yourself and figuring out
semantic classes to mark it up, then by all means, go ahead and experiment
with actual blog posts.
In this specific case, I'll point you to the existing media-metadata work
and ask you to please help fill that out, as it *desperately* needs *actual*
examples of *content* about media published on the web, in addition to the
documentation/contrasting of various existing formats.
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