Microformalyze (was: Playlists and Albums (was: Re: [uf-new] item property))

Martin McEvoy martin at weborganics.co.uk
Fri Oct 19 16:03:58 PDT 2007

On Fri, 2007-10-19 at 15:53 -0600, Scott Reynen wrote:
> On Oct 19, 2007, at 3:15 PM, Martin McEvoy wrote:
> >
> > I ticked both boxes in the GUI Baba and Flumps and outputted the  
> > data in
> > the terminal
> >
> > Baba                               : 100.00%
> > Flumps                             : 100.00%
> >
> > I looked at your page thinking "Huh" how can that be correct?
> It's not correct, but that's because you gave it incorrect  
> information by clicking boxes for properties that weren't really  
> there.  The tool itself isn't determining what properties are there  
> or not there at all; it only makes it easier for a person to do  
> that.  As Manu was the person who analyzed most of the hAudio sites,  
> your suggestion that the data isn't trustworthy is essentially a  
> suggestion that Manu isn't trustworthy.

What is up with this List? How on earth do you come to that

> Obviously no one is perfect, so if you still think the analysis is  
> wrong, please try to point out specifically where you see errors so  
> we can correct them.  So far I get the impression you're just using a  
> different meaning of the word "track" than Manu.  As long as  
> everything Manu called "track" is relatively the same type of  
> information, the specific name isn't particularly important at the  
> schema analysis stage.

Thank you Scott for a nice short answer sometimes you do make sense :)

you load properties that you would like to find in a webpage

add a few urls the page opens in a browser and YOU the user verifies
that the data exists by ticking a box.. correct?

Microformalize does not examine the page for its contents the User Does.




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