[uf-discuss] Easier submission of sites-in-the-wild for "non-members"

Farndon, Tony tony.farndon at forestry.gsi.gov.uk
Wed Aug 29 02:24:50 PDT 2007

Sites in the wild lists are already populated enough to give people a
flavour imo, unless you want the wiki to be a massive index.


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Sent: 29 August 2007 10:12
To: microformats-discuss at microformats.org
Subject: [uf-discuss] Easier submission of sites-in-the-wild for

At the moment, the only way that people can add new
microformat-publishing sites to the wiki is to create an account. Some
publishers may not wish to go to the trouble of doing so, for a one-off
site submission.

We should provide a form, or an e-mail address, where people can submit
such sites, which volunteers can then check and, if appropriate, add to
the wiki.

Andy Mabbett
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