[uf-discuss] Re: Software Projects Description
karl at w3.org
Mon Oct 9 19:06:38 PDT 2006
Le 06-10-10 à 10:19, Lachlan Hunt a écrit :
> Torrents are useful in this respect, because the hash checks are
> done as part of the process without any effort from the user.
You just gave the answers where some metadata should stay hidden.
I thought microformats effort was about to make
*current authoring* practices
more regular, more normalized. It is not necessary to show all
metadata on a Web page, specifically when they are more useful ways
of doing it. Infobesity is not good for the Web end-user (who is a
reader AND an author).
Projects of checking reliability of software downloading is a very
good idea, but IMHO out of scope of microformats effort. And this
just reading what I see lately like an explosion of targets in
microformats community, which might hurt this same community later on.
Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
W3C Conformance Manager, QA Activity Lead
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