[microformats-discuss] Brainstorming on a "resume" microformat

Panayotis Vryonis vrypan at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 08:00:17 PDT 2005

Do you think so? I mean, of course it would be nearly impossible to include 
ALL information included in a normal resume. 
However, apart from the "id" (name, surname, birth date, etc.) fields that 
are easy to encode, one could also map "knowledge" and a rank 1-5 much like 
it's proposed in hreview for "categories" [

Suppose we had a reasonable mapping of "id", "knowledge", "experience", what 
kind of inportant information is left out?

I do not consider myself to be not even close to an XML expert, but to me it 
sounds feasible to roll out a resume microformat that could be useful and 


On 7/13/05, Robert Bachmann <rbach at rbach.priv.at> wrote:
> Panayotis Vryonis wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I've been thinking if it would make sense to have a microformat for 
> resumes.
> > I posted some of my thoughts in my blog,
> > 
> http://vrypan.net/log/archives/2005/07/12/a-cv-microformat-does-it-make-sense/
> <
> http://http://vrypan.net/log/archives/2005/07/12/a-cv-microformat-does-it-make-sense/
> >,
> I have read it, it sounds interresting.
> But I suppose it would be quite hard to design such a microformat.
> Robert
> --
> Robert Bachmann <rbach at rbach.priv.at> (OpenPGP KeyID: 0x4A5CCF10)

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