[uf-discuss] schema.org, microformats.org, hRecipe
tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Thu Jun 30 11:51:13 PDT 2011
The point is to capture specific issues rather than have a "discussion" - a discussion where nothing is recorded on the wiki is nearly worthless and may as well have not happened.
If it doesn't get captured on a discoverable URL, it might as well not exist (and no, email archives are NOT discoverable).
I don't remember anyone asking for anything like itemscope in microformats.
This list or IRC (preferably) is a good place to start with questions, but if there is an answer it should be captured by the author in an FAQ either specific to a microformat *-faq page, or in general on:
If there is a specific known issue to report for a specific microformat, add it to the *-issues page for that microformat.
If there is a specific known issue that applies to several microformats (eg class microformats) add it to:
The goal is to *minimize* thrash / going in circles on email (a common problem in standards related communities), and instead to capture and grow our collective knowledge and understanding on the wiki.
From: thomas lörtsch <thomas at stray.net>
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Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:24:40
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Subject: Re: [uf-discuss] schema.org, microformats.org, hRecipe
On Jun 29, 2011, at 5:05 PM, Stephen Paul Weber wrote:
> I remember the itemscope thing coming up. Consensus seemed to be that is solved by root class names, but that was so long ago I forget. I assume that people created wiki pages documenting this? If not, why not? Microformats.org is a wiki first, and the mailing lists and IRC just facilitate the wiki. IMHO, if it's not documented on the wiki, then it's just a discussion.
Well, "just a discussion" wouldn't be a bad start. Or do you suggest that I open a wiki page on my question?
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