[uf-discuss] Commercial application using hResume import

Sarven Capadisli info at csarven.ca
Tue Sep 8 04:31:41 PDT 2009

On Tue, 2009-09-08 at 11:49 +0100, Glenn Jones wrote:
> Hi All
> The company I am part of has just released the first implementation of a
> new product called CV Search and Match for the Guardian newspaper group.
> It is a next generation CV database for the job board industry.
> http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/profile/
> The interesting bit for the list is that it can import hResume as a
> starting point for creating your online CV. The "Import your CV from
> another website" feature can parse hResume data from any public web
> page. We have also added NLP (Natural Language Processing) as a fall
> back if there is no hResume. The microformat import is done using my
> UfXtract parser.
> This is first of many sites we will be adding this type of functionality
> to over the next few months. At the moment I believe Linked-in are the
> biggest publishers of hResume although I know a lot of individuals also
> publish their CV's using the hResume format. 
> Please give it a go and give me feedback. You can try it even if you do
> not want to be contacted by employers by switching the CV to "hidden"
> once you finishing playing or you can delete all your CV data at any
> time.

Neat. Quick feedback:

I tried it on http://csarven.ca/cv and it seems to pick up only a few of
the org vCards. 

It'd be great if it picked up the personal and contact details of vcard
with .uid on the page.

Skills didn't pick up.

Education level didn't pick up.


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