[uf-discuss] Tentative proposal for "What's New" listings
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Thu Sep 21 17:30:03 PDT 2006
In message <02AD0347-2B20-4BBB-BDA7-E6A6D0E37ACE at infocraft.com>, Matthew
Levine <matthew at infocraft.com> writes
>On Sep 21, 2006, at 4:46 PM, Andy Mabbett wrote:
>> How does this look:
>> Am I right to use rel="bookmark" for the pages which are linked to by
>> the entries?
>My understanding is that the permalink (rel="bookmark") should be a
>stable URI for the entry itself (not pages linked from an entry). An
>appropriate permalink in this case would point to the <tr> fragment,
>which probably wouldn't make much sense for your page.
The microformats wiki says:
an Entry Permalink element represents the concept of an Atom
link in an entry
which links in turn to:
The "atom:link" element defines a reference from an entry or
feed to a Web resource. This specification assigns no meaning to
the content (if any) of this element.
If you were right, then hAtom would be of no use for the purpose I
outlines; and we'd still need a "What's New" microformat.
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