[uf-new] hAudio ISSUE #4: Display values for rel-patterns
scott at makedatamakesense.com
Fri Aug 17 10:06:29 PDT 2007
On Aug 17, 2007, at 10:35 AM, Manu Sporny wrote:
> hAudio ISSUE #4: open issue!
> The following markup summarizes this problem:
> <a rel="purchase" href="/buy/song/3742827384"
> title="Buy The Song">
> <img src="/images/buy_song.png" alt="Buy Song Image" />
> What value do you use for displaying the previous markup?
Is it rel-purchase or rel-payment?
I think each parser will need to determine this for themselves,
within their own design constraints. It's not really a semantics
issue to be defined in the microformat, as the semantics of @rel
don't really tell us anything about the two URLs, only how they're
related. That said, if I were writing a parser, I'd probably use
"[audio-title] [@rel]", where [audio-title] is the value of the audio-
title property and [@rel] is the value of the rel attribute, e.g.
"April In Paris enclosure" or "Kid A sample". Those seem like
descriptive enough labels to me.
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