[uf-discuss] Ordered Lists
paul.kinlan at gmail.com
Tue Aug 29 11:32:02 PDT 2006
Thats a pretty cool answer. I was looking into xoxo, it looked like
what I might use opml for. But I wasn't too sure if I were to use
xoxo in the manner that I intend then it might polute the xoxo
I thought about using hReview, but it seems like an overkill to me
right now, because I am thinking that perhaps the OL signifies the
significance of each element implicity, at least that is what I think
at the moment. I will look into VoteLink too.
On 29/08/06, Kevin Marks <kmarks at technorati.com> wrote:
> Paul, XOXO is a way to represent (nested) lists using <ol> and <dl>
> that maps well into programming languages - worth a look for what we
> have already done:
> On Aug 29, 2006, at 10:11 AM, Paul Kinlan wrote:
> > Yeah, I would like to be able to understand what the list is "about",
> > so something like a title would give a good descriptive meaning to
> > what the items in the list relate to.
> > For instance the title could be "Favorite Films", obviously the LI's
> > would then be order of the favorites.
> > Title was one of the only attributes that I thought could be used to
> > determine what the list is about. I was also initially thinking about
> > putting a class attribute saying something like "positive" or
> > "negative" for the ordering of the elements in the list.
> This sounds like it may map to hReview's ratings or vote-links, if you
> are storing an attribute for each item.
> > It is just that I would like to be able to write a progam that can
> > parse lists of information that has a meaning so that I can merge more
> > than one list together.
> > Obviously OL, LI inferes a kind of semantic meaning, and I could
> > already use the OL's without getting everyone to adopt a new format
> > such as rel=tag etc.
> > I am just looking into ideas and trying to see if people already do
> > this kind of thing.
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