[uf-discuss] media file example of hAtom
kmarks at technorati.com
Wed Jun 14 00:54:59 PDT 2006
rel-enclosure is deliberately limited, so that it can be used as part
of a wider format.
The issue of alternative representations seems like a common one for
media. At the HTML level rel="alternate" is used for this.
If you are listing alternatives, use a list
So for your examples, a possible model would be
<li><a href="story.doc" rel="enclosure alternate"
type="application/msword">the story in Word format</a></li>
<li><a href="story.pdf" rel="enclosure alternate"
type="application/pdf">the story in pdf format</a></li>
<li><a href="story.txt" rel="enclosure alternate" type="text/plain">the
story in text format</a></li>
just an initial thought - lets do a proper problem statement and follow
On Jun 13, 2006, at 7:31 PM, Joshua Kinberg wrote:
> I think the concern may be that relEnclosure is rather limited...
> For instance, how do I use relEnclosure to markup a group of files
> that may different versions of the same content? For example, a
> document in Word, PDF, and TXT... or a video in Mov, WMV, etc.
> Is there any way to specify an enclosure group? Should there be?
> Could it be as simple as defining a class="enclosuregroup" block (or
> something like that) and then any relEnclosures within that block are
> then known to belong to the same group?
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