[microformats-discuss] Some kind "CSS Zen Garden" for
microformats (was: Code to handle Microformats)
hakejam at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 10:04:47 PDT 2005
I am not sure about others, but I am not clear on a microformat "zen
garden". The CSS Zen Garden shows how flexible CSS is based on a singular
underlining (x)html structure. Would a microformat zen garden be similar and
just show styles? Or would the purpose be more directed toward the uses of
microformats with examples in a "real" like enviorment?
A band web site with tour dates (hCalendar), links to other bands (XFN),
licensing info (relLicense) and band information (hCard).
A company web site with contact information (hCard), locations (geo, adr),
lists of products (XOXO) and reviews of their products (hReview).
Maybe its just me, but it would be hard to instantly see the benefits of
microformats. Why not create Microformats.com <http://Microformats.com> to
convey the meaning/uses/importance of microformats better with a php progam
that extracts all the hCard, hCalendar, etc off of the web site?
On 10/18/05, Robert Bachmann <rbach at rbach.priv.at> wrote:
> Ryan King wrote:
> > On Oct 17, 2005, at 11:23 AM, Robert Bachmann wrote:
> >> Currently microformats.org/code <http://microformats.org/code> only
> lists some tools for generating
> >> microformated content what do you think of a collection of some
> >> open-source "code pieces" (functions and libraries) for handling
> >> microformatted data?
> >> BTW: Some weeks ago someone mentioned it would be nice to have some
> >> of CSS Zen Garden for Microformats - any progress?
> > None. Anyone want to work on it? I can help, but don't have the
> > bandwidth to lead.
> I'm interested and grateful for any help.
> What do we need?
> 1. Web server with support for server-side scripting ...
> I've root access to a server:
> Software: Apache2, PHP4, some (S)FTP-Server
> Connection: 100 Mbit/s
> Location: Vienna, Austria
> Jailed shell access could be activated for co-workers.
> 2. A sample page containing "practical" examples of current microformats.
> 3. Some demo style sheets.
> I'm not a designer but I should be able to create some style sheets
> which could be enhanced by more talented people.
> 4. Anything else?
> Who's interested?
> Robert Bachmann <rbach at rbach.priv.at> (OpenPGP KeyID: 0x4A5CCF10)
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