[uf-discuss] Using YQL with Microformats

Burcu Dogan burcu at keyprints.org
Mon Feb 16 08:03:41 PST 2009

Right. Truthfully speaking it was not a perfectionist's idea.
Generally, friends are
mostly identified with a <firstname, lastname, url> tuple. So it is more common
that the main profile holds the largest set of attributes. Of course
it's impossible
to generalize this usage. I would definitely look for a rel=me on url first.

Burcu Dogan

On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 5:32 PM, Dan Brickley <danbri at danbri.org> wrote:
> On 16/2/09 15:49, Burcu Dogan wrote:
>> I think if there is no representative hCard at all and there are more than
>> one hCard, the card with most attributes can be counted as the main
>> identity. But what if there is an equality?
> Doesn't this penalise modest and private people? Seems also a route for
> obscure bugs to creep in: if a friend's entry fills out more than the page's
> owner, application behaviour could suddenly change in a rather odd way.
> cheers,
> Dan
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