[uf-discuss] Idea: beginners/getting started list

Chris Messina chris.messina at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 12:03:11 PDT 2006

I set up this separate wiki a little while back to try to cultivate
this kind of entry-level information:


I haven't had much time to maintain it (go figure) but it could be a
place to have, maybe 5-6 pages that try to give publishers some very
simply ways to make use of microformats in their projects *today*.

Though I'm not necessarily all about watering things down, I do think
that we need to some red pills for folks just getting started with
microformats... or who are not yet convinced.

Anyway, I second the idea of a lesser list and wouldn't mind hanging
out on it. It certainly only needs a few of us, I imagine, to pitch in
from time to time, so it shouldn't be a drag on the main list -- nor
should it end up in no-use list limbo land.


On 10/9/06, Chris Ball <chris at rubal.co.uk> wrote:
> Andy Mabbett said:
> [-deletia-]
> > I've done some work on:
> >
> >         http://microformats.org/wiki/introduction
> >
> > which seemed as good a place as any, to start.
> [-deletia-]
> Looks great! That's exactly what I imagined.
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