Charles Iliya Krempeaux
supercanadian at gmail.com
Sat Dec 30 02:26:22 PST 2006
I looked over the spec quick... and I thought I'd make some comments.
In the spec, it mentions the HTTP "X-Pavatar" header... Did you
consider at all using the HTTP "Link" header instead? As in...
Link: <http://example.com/pic.png>; rel="pavatar"
The HTTP "Link" header is semantically equivalent to the HTML <link> element.
And since you are using the HTML <link> element for pavatars, I'd say
it would make sense to use the HTTP "Link" header.
On 12/30/06, liste at jeenaparadies.net <liste at jeenaparadies.net> wrote:
> Is there no interrest in such a microformat like rel="pavatar"?
> On Thu, 28 Dec 2006 10:59:43 +0100, <liste at jeenaparadies.net> wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> > My Name is Jeena Paradies and I am the author of the Personal Avatar
> > Specification: http://pavatar.com/spec
> > The Personal Avatar (short Pavatar) system is a way to use small
> > personalized images to standardize a providers profile picture through
> > various websites when leaving comments and other content.
> > The specification was intended to solve the problem that gravatar.com is
> > offline quite a lot. I didn't realize that it is at tha same time a
> > microformat. But then I found
> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microformats#Specific_microformats and took
> > notice that someone added the rel-pavatar spec to the microformats list.
> > What do you think is it worth to add it to the microformats list on the
> > microformats.org page because rel-pavatar is a decentralized mechanism for
> > assigning avatars to homepage owners?
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Charles Iliya Krempeaux, B.Sc.
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