[uf-new] Question RE: The Process

Craig Shea craig.e.shea at gmail.com
Sun Jul 18 09:47:16 PDT 2010


Thanks for the reply. I have done the research on the microformats.org
site and know that my proposed format does not exist (including using
existing formats to accomplish my end result). Of course, the members
of this list could always say "I don't think we need a format for
that." Would it be helpful to post a link to my blog posts regarding
my "proposed pre-draft specification" (meant to jumpstart
brainstorming and discussion with the understanding that it may very
well change according to community consensus) and an example of its
use? Or is that jumping the gun?


Craig E. Shea

On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 12:27 PM, Scott Reynen
<scott at makedatamakesense.com> wrote:
> On Jul 17, 2010, at 9:52 PM, Craig Shea wrote:
>> I have read the process page (and its associated pages) but, I'm still
>> confused. Do I start a proposal by mailing to this list, creating the
>> suggested wiki pages, or both?
> It's pretty flexible, but generally the first step is to send a proposal to this list.  Someone may have already started working on a similar project, so mailing the list is a good way to consolidate efforts early.
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