[uf-discuss] VoteLinks

Tantek Celik tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Fri May 14 02:18:21 PDT 2010

VoteLinks was originally proposed in the context of blogs and bloggers' opinions.  Thus if you include that markup in a blog post you are writing, then you are expressing the vote-link one way or another.

Thus in the example of a blog (e.g. with hAtom), the voter is the author of the blog.

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If on a page I'm writing about Albert Einstein, I include:

	<a rev="vote-against"

Does that mean that I'm negatively endorsing quantum physics, or that
Albert Einstein did? Or both? Or is this undefined?

*How* can we determine who the voter is?
*Can* we determine who the voter is?

Toby A Inkster
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