[uf-discuss] Is there an "Ask Question" or "Request for Referral"
mark at lifelint.com
Mon May 8 17:31:26 PDT 2006
It is not really like a FAQ or a poll (limited set of answers), more
like asking an open ended question.
A typical implementation may be a blog - where an entry is made asking
the readers for their opinion and the comments serve as the answers.
In this way the question and the answers are freeform text (unlike a
poll) and the number of answers is not limited (unlike a FAQ).
I have looked at the list of microformats and I haven't found anything
that quite fits the bill, but that doesn't mean there isn't anything
out there. Otherwise I'll just do what I think is necessary and if
others like it then it can evolve into a uF...
On 5/9/06, Rémi Prévost <remi at exomel.com> wrote:
> Paul Bryson wrote:
> > Sounds like a FAQ, no?
> > Mark Mansour wrote:
> >> I have the need to capture and present, in a structured manner, a
> >> request for referrals.
> >> i.e. capture in a stuctured way the question (request) "Who sells the
> >> best coffee beans in San Mateo, CA?" and then the answers "1. Joes on
> >> El Camino Real", "2. Bobs in San Carlos is great too".
> >> Has anyone used/developed something like this or have a list of top 5
> >> sites I should look at?
> >> FYI: I'm looking at integrating this into the stucture blogging work
> >> that has already been done.
> >> Thanks
> >> Mark
> >> --
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> I think he was rather thinking about a way of asking a question to his
> websites visitors, like:
> <p class="request">
> <span class="question">Who sells the best coffee beans in San Mateo,
> <ul class="choices">
> <li>Joes on El Camino Real</li>
> <li>Bobs in San Carlos</li>
> Is that what you were thinking about?
> Rémi Prévost
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