[uf-discuss] hReview Question/Statement
Tantek Ç elik
tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Wed Dec 7 08:34:36 PST 2005
On 12/6/05 7:36 AM, "David Janes -- BlogMatrix" <davidjanes at blogmatrix.com>
> What's the rule for associating "rating" with "best"? I'm looking at
> this example  from the Wiki:
> <ul class="categories">
> <li><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food" rel="tag">
> Food: <span class="rating">18</span>/<span
> <li><a href="http://flickr.com/photos/tags/Ambience" rel="tag">
> Ambience: <span class="rating">19</span>/<span
> <li><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Service" rel="tag">
> Service: <span class="rating">15</span>/<span
> <li><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Price" rel="tag">
> Price: <abbr class="rating" title="2">$$</abbr>...</a></li>
> and the implied rule (if it follows) seems rather loosey goosey: if it's
> under the same parent element, associate them?.
Not quite. The example above is demonstrating rated *tags*, i.e. a rating
along a specific axis, which is identified by with a tag.
Thus the rel-tag link forms the container in which there is a "rating" and a
"best" (and optionally a "worst") value. Thus "rating", "best", and "worst"
are associated by containment within a single tag.
That being said...
> For example, there's
> clear way to write:
> On Fred's <span class="best">4</a> ICBM scale, I give this a <span
I need to put in an example of exactly this.
I think to convey the scale of an overall rating, we may need to borrow the
"value" construct from hCard (as it is used in "tel" properties for
Thus the above could (should?) be marked up as:
On Fred's <span class="best">4</a> ICBM scale, I give this a <span
I will add this to hreview-feedback as something to make explicit in hReview
> Would it not be better to explicitly place them within a named parent
> container (say "rated")? Then one no longer needs to make sure
> everything is grouped in some explicit way:
> <p class="rated">
> I rate all my Chilis on a <span class="best">4</span> ICBM scale. The
> best I ever had was Texas Joe's Twister, which render large parts of the
> midwest uninhabitable later that night and earned a <span
> class="rating">4</span> from me.
>From a schema standpoint, yes, agreed completely. As to the names of the
specific fields, as noted above, we can reuse the property/"value" construct
from hCard, and avoid having to have both "rated" and "rating".
Thanks very much for the feedback David. This will be a definite
improvement in hReview 0.3.
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