[uf-new] Namespace anti-pattern and hAudio TITLE (was: hAudio FN or Title)

Andy Mabbett andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Mon Feb 4 15:26:02 PST 2008

In message 
<1f2ed5cd0802041456u6eaafdd2q65f9bfc53a914e2d at mail.gmail.com>, Danny 
Ayers <danny.ayers at gmail.com> writes

>I would personally have no objection whether e.g. a song title was 
>marked up with "title" or "fn", as long as this was adequately 
>documented, and the definition easily discoverable.

I think we also need to think about the convenience of publishers; not 
all of whom are very interested in the mechanics of microformats.

What will be easiest for them to learn, remember and understand?

>Which leads me to something Martin mentioned - if HTML Meta Data 
>profiles are used, the whole question becomes a non-issue. By using a 
>profile URI and putting a description of the terms used in the profile 
>on the Web, it's possible for people (and machines) to easily discover 
>the intended meaning.

What if the page includes profiles for hAudio *and* hCard?

Andy Mabbett

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