[uf-new] hAudio ISSUE #3: published-date is redundant

Michael Smethurst Michael.Smethurst at bbc.co.uk
Mon Aug 20 02:34:49 PDT 2007

> On Thu, 2007-08-16 at 23:11 -0700, Ian McKellar wrote:

> <div class="hentry">
> <h1 class="entry-title haudio">
>    <span class="audio-title">Second Hand News</span> by
>    <span class="contributor vcard">
>    <span class="fn">Fleetwood Mac</span>
>   </span> 
>    ( <abbr title="19770101" class="published">1977</abbr> )
> </h1>
>   <div class="entry-content">This song is great</div>
>   <div>blog posted by <address class="vcard author"><a class="url fn"
> href="http://someurl.com">Author</a></address> on: <abbr
> title="20070807T1252+01" class="updated">August 07th, 2007</abbr>
> </div> 
> </div>

Only halfway connected but nevertheless...

I was recently struggling to hcard artists when I didn't know whether the
artist in question was an artist singular or a group. The suggestion was
that all artists be treated as organisations and marked up with fn org [1]

Should this also be the case in hAudio/hAlbum?

>From the spec
#  The first word of the "FN" is interpreted as the "given-name" for the "N"
# The second/last word of the "FN" is interpreted as the "family-name" for
the "N" property. 

Not sure that Fleetwood would count as a given name or Mac as a family name


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