[uf-discuss] Tentative proposal for "What's New" listings
davidjanes at blogmatrix.com
Thu Sep 21 15:44:25 PDT 2006
Just specifiy an author for the page in an <address> block and you're set.
On 9/21/06, Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk> wrote:
> In message <D2ED89E7-FBD4-4497-AE3D-1E2AAAA1A365 at infocraft.com>, Matthew
> Levine <matthew at infocraft.com> writes
> >On Sep 21, 2006, at 12:52 PM, Andy Mabbett wrote:
> >> Would there be any mileage in a microformat for marking-up each entry,
> >> so that they could be extracted by user-agents, and so that third-
> >> party utilities could compile RSS feeds (or indeed do other things
> >> them)?
> >Take a look at the hAtom draft. This should fit your needs.
> Thank you, but if you look at:
> (or the other examples I provided) you can see that (unless I've
> misunderstood the spec) hAtom seems to be overkill.
> There's no "author" on each entry, which is a requirement for hAtom -
> nor can I see why there should be, since every entry on the page has the
> same author.
> There is no headline/ entry pair; just a single piece of text describing
> the change.
> All I need to include, to convey my content, is:
> <body class="whatsnew"> 
> <h1 class="author vcard">
> <span class="fn org">[Orgasnition name]</span>
> <tr class="new-item"> 
> <th scope="row" class="hcalendar>
> <abbr class="dtstart" title="YYDDMM">[date]</th>
> <td class="description"> 
> <a class="url" href="[URL]">Blah blah</a>
> with multiple table rows.
>  or class="feed", or whatever; if not <body>, could be a <div>
>  or "entry" ?
>  or "entry-content" ?
> Andy Mabbett
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