[uf-discuss] /wiki/use, was: Press release microformat

Ryan King ryan at technorati.com
Thu Jan 19 15:03:38 PST 2006

On Jan 19, 2006, at 12:46 PM, Tim White wrote:
> --- Tantek �elik <tantek at cs.stanford.edu> wrote:
>> I'm not so sure about that "put on the microformats.org site proper".
>> It's much easier to maintain/correct/update content on the wiki
> But much harder to find, especially for someone new visiting the site.
> (The wiki is not the most user-friendly...)

Are you talking about wikis in general, or specifically ours?

If its ours, and you have ideas for improving our IA/organization,  
feel free to suggest them (and volunteer :D).

>> (especially
>> in a distributed community fashion), and unless something is fairly
>> solid/figure out, it probably should be kept on the wiki.
> Agreed. The page should be pretty solid.
>> The "use" page will undoubtedly grow *every time* someone asks for a
>> new use
>> case or a new microformat to do XYZ.  This seems like a good fit for
>> a wiki
>> page.
> Good point. So maybe a page with some of the more common questions
> (like the current "use" wiki page) could be put on the mf.org site
> proper, with a "see more uses..." linked to the ever-growing wiki  
> page?
> I'm just thinking of newbies (like me : ) browsing the mf.org pages. I
> know the wiki was pretty off-putting to me at first.

Please share your feedback, so that we cann improve things
Ryan King
ryan at technorati.com

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