[uf-discuss] AUMFP and hResume

Ryan King ryan at technorati.com
Mon Sep 18 09:58:32 PDT 2006

On Sep 16, 2006, at 9:52 PM, Steve Ganz wrote:
> On Saturday, September 16, 2006 1:10 PM David Janes wrote:
>> I've been updating my "Amost Universal Microformat Parser"
>> and, in particular, been looking to support hResume [1]. To
>> test it, I've run all the samples provided on the web against
>> the AUMFP and posted the results here [2].
>> My observations:
>> - we should recommend that experience text be marked as a
>> hCalendar "summary"
>> - I'm not sure if class="contact" is required; it should be,
>> I think; I call this a "quirk" if they're not there
> Ryan can clarify, but when it comes to contact info, I don't  
> believe it's
> the class name of "contact" that's required, only that the author's  
> current contact info be marked up with hCard.


> The use of the <address> element as the root element for author's  
> hcard was, at one time, required as a way to distinguish it as the  
> author's contact info. But due to the fact that <address> is not a  
> block level element, it made it somewhat inconvenient to implement.
> Using a compound class name of "hcard contact" might be a good way to
> distinguish the contact info for the author in lieu of using the  
> <address>
> element.

I agree it may be worthwhile to require a classname to distinguish  
the person's current contact information from previous hCards. We  
need to look at more existing examples first, though (I haven't  
looked at David's post below, yet).

>> [1] http://microformats.org/wiki/hresume
>> [2] http:// 
>> blogmatrix.blogmatrix.com/:entry:blogmatrix-2006-09-16-0000/


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