[uf-discuss] Need for an MF styleguide
chris.messina at gmail.com
Fri Apr 7 08:59:34 PDT 2006
Sure totally... do you want to get this started? Ideally we could get
some good use cases and docs and turn them into summary blog posts
when they're all ready to go. I find the wiki a bit inaccessible for
design-types -- we need something ultra easy to use that looks good.
On 4/7/06, Drew McLellan <lists at allinthehead.com> wrote:
> On 6 Apr 2006, at 02:23, Chris Messina wrote:
> > Saw a discussion about XHTML styleguides...
> > I think we need something equally digestible for publishers... that
> > makes it super super simple to "get and apply" microformats... Tara
> > and I discussed this as a "Dummy's Guide" but I think a
> > "Practitioner's Guide" would be more valuable. Consider these
> > examples:
> > http://www.utexas.edu/visualguidelines/
> > http://www.nypl.org/styleguide/
> > We need something that a designer/web programmer can come to and leave
> > w/ 2 examples of each microformat that they can apply right away.
> > I know that we need execution, but I just wanted to put this on the
> > table.
> I could chip in with this.
> Any reason not to make this a section of the wiki? A good start might
> be to come up with an outline of sections, and then they can be
> tackled in turn as time allows.
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