[uf-discuss] solidifying multiple hatom feed behavior
chris at placenamehere.com
Wed Jul 26 05:59:16 PDT 2006
On Jul 26, 2006, at 6:58 AM, David Janes -- BlogMatrix wrote:
> Chris Casciano wrote:
>> You're missing my case of working with a document that normally
>> assumes a full page feed
>> if a page is coded for that minimal case then all could be working
>> just fine unless one of the authors of the site happens to post a
>> feed in the body of an item and then you've gone and totally
>> rewired the document as a result.
>> I don't see where opacity comes in here when the page wide feed
>> disappears under these circumstances...
>> If I'm understanding your reading of the spec someone could be
>> subscribing to the blog posts via page.html and have things work
>> as expected until post-003 is made and it "hijacks" the blog feed
> Under what circumstances would the author of the post put a "hfeed"
> into it? If you're thinking about quoting another blog, we've
> already got that covered by the <blockquote> rules in entry .
> Regards, etc...
>  http://microformats.org/wiki/hatom#Entry
I can think of two offhand...
- first is an example feed when talking about mfs... which i admit
coud be rare
- something like my versionhistory mini-feeds, though I've used
them on non-blog pages, might be a more common scenario for those
that keep similar content in blog posts or forum posts 
That said, I'm not sure the blockquote rule applies without seeing
rules for parsing order and what takes precedent... I'd still think
in the scenario I posted that the outer feed would never be a
microformat for that rule to apply.
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