[uf-discuss] does hatom for comments make sense?
karl at w3.org
Mon Sep 11 16:35:56 PDT 2006
Le 12 sept. 06 à 07:17, Stephanie Booth (bunny) a écrit :
> A while back somebody showed me a blog marked up with hatom. That
> person used hatom on the comments too (on the single post page) --
> that meant two hfeeds: one containing only the post, and another one
> with the comments.
> Does this way of using hatom on comments make sense to you? I noticed
> that neither K2 nor Sandbox wordpress themes do this.
Each individual comment is nothing more than a weblog post.
The only technical difference is that it is not made on another
weblog, but directly on the weblog of the person.
Each individual comment is structured like a weblog post.
It has (required)
- an id, the URI of the comment
- a title, often the same than the original weblog post, sometimes a
different (see SPIP)
- a date when it has been done (updated)
It has (recommended)
- often an author
- content (core text of the comment)
- link (the URI of the Weblog original post we are commenting on)
It just miss a summary, but that is not mandatory in Atom either.
IMHO, it should be an individual hatom entry for each comment, The
way everything is aggregated and organized has a full feed is another
debate. The date and link should help to create a pseudo thread.
It could be a full thread like in SPIP when the commenter has the
possibility to reply to a specific comment in this case the link
becomes the URI of the specific comment.
Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
W3C Conformance Manager, QA Activity Lead
QA Weblog - http://www.w3.org/QA/
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