[uf-discuss] tel scheme for hcard? - RFC 2806

brian suda brian.suda at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 13:26:12 PST 2005

There are several different protocols for telephony, TAPI is another

I think this is a good idea, but the parsing[1] page does not address
this issue at the moment.

<a href="tapi://123456789" class="tel"><span
class="value">+123.456.7890</span> <abbr class="type"

while you COULD extract the machine readable data from the href, hcard
really wants the human readable format anyway. So what would be the
reason for using the machine data?


[1] - http://microformats.org/wiki/hcard-parsing

Karl Dubost wrote:

> Le 05-11-10 à 16:06, Scott Reynen a écrit :
>> Karl Dubost wrote:
>>> Why not using the RFC 2806
>> This is already allowed, right?  Are you suggesting this should be 
>> required?   If so, to what end?
> In the examples :)
> It's allowed but not used. I was just wondering why. :)
> About required: I have no opinion about it. It seems with the rise of 
> things like VOIP it will become more and more common to “click to 
> talk” like emails.

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