[uf-discuss] entry permalink in hatom
David Janes -- BlogMatrix
davidjanes at blogmatrix.com
Wed Jan 4 14:14:20 PST 2006
Tantek Çelik wrote:
> No there is no "rel-bookmark" microformat.
> rel="bookmark" is a normative part of the HTML 4.01 specification.
> Using rel="bookmark" is "just" using semantic (X)HTML. Nothing new about it.
How do we talk about it then? This is not a rhetorical question either:
rel-bookmark/rel="bookmark" looks just like rel-directory or rel-tag
from an outside observer. The difference is providence.
>> where people are going to look. This of course code just say "this is
>> defined by HTML 4.01" and "here's how we use it [[rel-bookmark-tutorial]]"
> Are you suggesting we put in a stub page on the wiki for everything we
> re-use from HTML 4.01?
> (not a rhetorical question)
I'm not sure where you would need to outside of values that are "user
fillable". If they are user fillable and we are talking about them, yes.
If I say, the HTML "LINK" element, there's no question of where it is
and where to look for it -- the phrase HTML "CARGO-SHIP" element will
never appear in normal conversation about valid HTML documents. On the
other hand: rel="credits", rel="home", rel="appendix", rel="references",
rel="title", rel="chapter", rel="preface" ... are all valid reasonable
things to say, some of which come from HTML and some do not.
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