[uf-discuss] hCalendar spec- no specification included!
mikeschinkel at gmail.com
Wed Oct 18 17:01:09 PDT 2006
>> See my todo list.
Suggestion: can you be sure to include the actual URL of any referenced item
in any emails to make sure I can actually find it. :)
>> Do you think you can do a refinement of your categories on the to-do
list? Can you also enumerate the categories of content generally available
on the wiki?
Again, same comment... And was this for me, or everyone?
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[mailto:microformats-discuss-bounces at microformats.org] On Behalf Of Benjamin
Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2006 7:24 PM
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Subject: Re: [uf-discuss] hCalendar spec- no specification included!
> The point is there isn't necessarily one for a new spec. Until someone
> builds one.
No worries here. I'm commited to doing this. See my todo list. Is there
any that are missing?
> So my point was I wouldn't see a generators/creators as the entry
> point for a microformat, that's all.
* Support Scanning
* Don't overwhelm with resources/text
* Provide strong scents for where relevant information lives.
> And sorry if I'm overstating that which everyone may already be agreeing
Building consensus and making sure we understand one another isn't a waste
of time. But now that we all agree, let's please start taking notes and
mentally sifting through everything. Do you think you can do a refinement
of your categories on the to-do list? Can you also enumerate the categories
of content generally available on the wiki?
* Advocacy of Best Practices
( Do we really want to do this? there are other places that do this)
( Both general and specific to each format. how do we present this?)
* Spec Materials
(Landing page, getting started, guides, and spec.)
Can we somehow fit all the content on the wiki into these areas? Would it
address the concerns on the wiki-feedback page? Are there categories
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