[uf-discuss] hCalendar, geo & Operator extension

Premasagar Rose p at premasagar.com
Mon Dec 3 11:08:19 PST 2007

Thanks for your feedback, Ben.

Isn't it the other way around? The contents of the <abbr> element is an 
abbreviation for the full version given in the title attribute. That 
makes sense here: "Rayenda, Bangladesh" is a fuzzy approximation / 
abbreviation for a very specific geographical location 

I took this as inspiration: http://microformats.org/wiki/geo-brainstorming


Ben Ward wrote:
> No immediate theories on your parsing problem I'm afraid, although I 
> would flag this as an issue:
> On 3 Dec 2007, at 16:34, Premasagar Rose wrote:
>>                    <abbr class="geo point-20" 
>> title="+22.31119;+89.86145">
>>                        Rayenda, Bangladesh
>>                    </abbr>
> There's no way that ‘+22.31119;+89.86145’ is an abbreviation of 
> ‘Rayenda, Bangladesh’. Please, don't neglect the defined semantics of 
> HTML in order to hack parsers.
> Ben
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