[uf-discuss] Numbers of Microformats in the Wild?

Jason Garber jason at sixtwothree.org
Thu Apr 12 16:56:26 PDT 2007

Continuing with the Flickr example, each user profile is an hCard, so
however many users they have, there is an equal number of hCards.

Similarly, figure out how many events upcoming.org has and you'll have
an equal number of hCards, events, and geo-locations.

jason at sixtwothree.org

John Allsopp wrote:
> Kevin,
>> Also, anyone have the digits that Tantek likes to use about the  
>> number of pieces of microformatted content out there in the wild?   
>> I don't have the latest...
> off the top of my head, some of the numbers I bandy about when  
> presenting ;-)
> There are in the order of 9 million hResumes at linked in - public  
> (only the public ones last tim I checked) profiles are marked up as  
> hResume.
> Yahoo local and tech have in the order of millions (possibly tens of  
> millions) of hCards and hReviews.
> There are in the order of millions of GEO marked up photos at Flickr.
> So, we can safely say in the order of tens of millions of pages.
> Anyone else got some large scale deployments I missed?
> john
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