thom at ts0.com
Tue Feb 20 14:49:07 PST 2007
but surely we can just use a class like microformats do to apply types
to other elements? either that or a rel?
Mike Kaply wrote:
> The problem here is that there is concept of types in URLS....
> All parsers see is multiple URLS. We don't know which is the openid
> Mike Kaply
> On 2/20/07, John Panzer <panzerjohn at aol.com> wrote:
>> Thom Shannon wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > Forgive me if this is going over old ground, I just joined this
>> list and
>> > couldn't find what I was looking for on the wiki. Are there any
>> > particular conventions emerging for embedding an OpenID into a
>> > The openid-brainstorming page mentions using hCard on providers
>> > pages etc, but I was thinking there should be a way to have your
>> > on other profiles that can easily be consumed, allowing someone
>> to see
>> > you on social network A and add you on their social network B
>> based on
>> > you using the same OpenID.
>> > I'm guessing it would be as simple as <a class="url fn openid"
>> > href="http://ts0.com">? Just wanted to know what others are doing.
>> I actually have the same question. At the moment we're doing this:
>> <span class="vcard"><a class="fn
>> where http://journals.aol.com/panzerjohn is an OpenID URL (or will be
>> shortly). A live example is at
>> I had been thinking it might be useful to be explicit about the fact
>> that the target is not just a url, but also an openid. If people think
>> that's a good idea I can add it in to our code.
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