[uf-new] title vs. summary (was: Third attempt at hAudio)
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Fri Jun 8 16:59:40 PDT 2007
In message <001a01c7aa1c$0163ea80$0201a8c0 at andrieuhome>, Joe Andrieu
<joe at andrieu.net> writes
>If "audio-title" or "audiotitle" violates namespace principles here,
>then I think we are seriously hitting one of the scaling problems of
We have a precedent in
(ironically, the former might be called "title"!)
>Of course, it has been argued that uF isn't supposed to scale and
>perhaps this is one of those areas where the namespace and scoping
>principles induce a boundary on scale. If that's really the point we
>are at, can someone explain why this is a good thing again?
I think it was "not invented here".
>In other words, hCard parsers would have to be re-written to handle
>contained hAudios. Am I following that argument correctly? If so, I
>don't quite understand the problem because hCard's don't contain
>hAudio. Or can they?
Suppose I make my autobiographical web page an hCard, using:
then suppose I decide to include on my page an mp3 of my new hit
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