hans at gerwitz.com
Fri Jun 2 13:55:56 PDT 2006
Perhaps ironically, I would think that the "discussion log" portion
of meeting minutes maps to hAtom.
I've done a pretty exhaustive search on the history of VJOURNAL and
hCalendar, and it looks like it was brought up last December by
Tantek for consideration as a blog post format, and the WikiRemnants
Later, at the end of February Ryan added "make sure we explicitly
disallow 'vjournal'" to the hCalendar page, but I can find no traces
of a discussion around that. Perhaps there was an IRC session?
I'm concerned that a "let's consider VJOURNAL for blog posts" -> "no,
Atom entries are better" -> "alright, kill VJOURNAL" path was
followed that never gave poor vjournal a chance to stand up and
defend itself as a description of moments that should not be
described as "published."
Of course, I'm the new kid on the list, so I'm likely missing something.
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On Jun 2, 2006, at 3:08 PM, Chris Messina wrote:
> Hmm, while we're discussing this, you might look at the meeting
> minutes discussion as I believe that there's much to be gained from
> cross-polinating the discussions...
> Just as meeting minutes need to capture the who and what of a moment,
> so too do you want to capture similar things, with the addition of geo
> info (which could be an optional aspect of meeting minutes, for
> example, if a speaker is jacked in over Skype in another locality).
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