[microformats-discuss] Brainstorming on a "resume" microformat
michael.gorsuch at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 08:05:03 PDT 2005
I was thinking of this earlier this week. Why not keep it as simple
Can we embed an hcard for contact info, and essentially leave room for
a 'body' or 'content' attribute that would house the resume itself.
The point is to make it easy to aggregate, correct? So just keep the
format very lean, and allow 'recruiters' search for certain keywords
in the 'content' via their aggregation system.
On 7/13/05, Panayotis Vryonis <vrypan at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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" [ hreview ].
> 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
> > > I posted some of my thoughts in my blog,
> > >
> > I have read it, it sounds interresting.
> > But I suppose it would be quite hard to design such a microformat.
> > Robert
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