andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Thu Jun 28 10:19:38 PDT 2007
In message <C2A933BB.91282%tantek at cs.stanford.edu>, Tantek Çelik
<tantek at cs.stanford.edu> writes
>On 6/27/07 3:40 PM, "Guillaume Lebleu" <gl at brixlogic.com> wrote:
>> If we they choose not to follow the microformat process, what about
>> suggesting them to call their specification a hFormat instead of a
>Actually, this is precisely one of the reasons that a bunch of us have
>decided to push the POSH name/moniker.
>You are welcome to use any set of semantic class names you wish,
>because that's just using POSH, and that's the right thing to call it.
As far as the authors of hRelease are concerned, it's not just "plain
old semantic HTML", because they envisage hRelease parsers, just as
there are, say, hCard parsers.
That's the point at which the idea of POSH somehow protecting the
microformat "brand" fails.
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