[uf-discuss] Next/Prev [was Rationale for providing hAtom instead of Atom/RSS feeds]

André Luís andr3.pt at gmail.com
Fri May 30 07:14:10 PDT 2008

Toby, wasn't that what Zhang said? or did you just move the emphasis? :P

I was trying to come up with some situations where people would put a
<link> to the next page within a document with an hAtom feed and NOT
want to mean the next page (linked in the <link>) is also the next
page of hatom. I couldn't.

I think it makes sense to allow the inclusion of an A/LINK element
with rel="next" inside the hAtom feed. If someone doesn't want <link
rel="next"> to be considered for the hatom feed, just declare explicit
the hFeed and leave the <link> outside.

If you want to declare the hfeed explicitly and you want to indicate
the next page, put an <A> inside of it.

Using the ID to identify a feed doesn't sound too bad either... but I
like the simplicity of the solution of linking hfeeds through

(Also, should we take this discussion to uf-new as someone suggested?
don't want to disturb the subscribers of uf-discuss ;) )

On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 9:09 AM, Toby A Inkster <mail at tobyinkster.co.uk> wrote:
> Zhang Zhen wrote:
>> rel="next" is a relationship between two documents, as well as
>> *between two hfeed*.
> Yes, but rel="next" is a relationship between two documents, as well as between *two hfeeds*. ;-)
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