[uf-discuss] microformats for normal people, like my mum
thom at ts0.com
Thu Jun 28 04:14:28 PDT 2007
David Janes wrote:
> On 6/28/07, Alex Faaborg <faaborg at mozilla.com> wrote:
>> Right, we need a general user facing way of describing microformat
>> detection, in order to describe the various applications (like Web
>> browsers, feed readers and extensions like Operator) that let the
>> user take actions on microformatted content. For instance, this
>> description would finish the sentence "features of Firefox 3 include
>> support for offline Web applications, private browsing, blocking
>> malware, and __[user facing way of saying microformat detection]__"
>> ...data detection?
>> ...semantic browsing?
>> ...data browsing?
>> ...semantic data detection?
>> ...semantic data browsing?
>> ...semantic data navigating?
>> If Operator and Firefox 3 are in a category of uF enabled
>> applications, what should that category of applications be called?
>> Or another way of putting it:
>> Feed Readers :: RSS
>> ______ :: microformats
> Live Data ? Already used...
> Wired Web
> Wire Page?
> Dynamic Pages?
> Dynamic Data?
> Smart Page (not bad, riffing off Smart Tags)
> Applications add "Reader" (like Feed Reader) or "Processor" (like Word
> Processor) or "Importer" (like address book, and actually describes
> what is happening) or "Appliance"
> Hmmm ... Smart Page Reader ...
> Regards, etc...
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