[microformats-discuss] Developer Adoption
ryan at technorati.com
Thu Jul 14 15:09:46 PDT 2005
On Jul 14, 2005, at 1:52 PM, Kevin Marks wrote:
> On Jul 14, 2005, at 1:25 PM, Lucas Gonze wrote:
>>>>>> The fact that the event is embedded in the HTML page allows the
>>>>>> user-agent to do cool stuff with the data.
>>>>> What is this cool stuff you speak of?
>> Given standardized HTML formats, we can share CSS for formatting the
>> data. Since high-quality CSS is actually pretty hard, this would
>> a lot of work.
> How about a CSS Zen Garden for microformats?
That's been on my todo list for a couple of weeks. Anyone want to help?
>> This allows browser-based tools into a market where only OS-based
>> tools have been able to go.
> Several people have been doing this already:
> a XOXO page:
> An extension of this focused on conference layouts would be a
> splendid thing
> Les Orchard has an Outline editor:
>> We can copy data from one site or page to another without losing the
>> structure. For example, we can reblog a blog entry without losing
>> original comment-submission URL. Or, we can copy an event listing
>> from the promoter's site to an event aggregator and from the
>> aggregator to the user's calendar. ...all with plain old web apps.
> Lucas, I've been meaning to ask you about citation-wrapping on that
> - some of the examples I've seen have made it hard to tell which is
> a reblogged element and which is commentary by the reblogger.
> Perhaps you can join in the
More information about the microformats-discuss