[uf-discuss] Commercial application using hResume import

David Singleton david at dsingleton.co.uk
Tue Sep 8 05:21:45 PDT 2009

Looks pretty interesting. My CV isn't marked up with hResume at the
moment, i'll fix that and give it a go.

2009/9/8 Sarven Capadisli <info at csarven.ca>:
> 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.
> -Sarven
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