[uf-new] Question RE: The Process
craig.e.shea at gmail.com
Tue Jul 20 16:01:59 PDT 2010
Thanks Scott and Frances.
Well, Scott, no, I just wanted to keep a "clear separation of
concerns", i.e. the process vs. my idea for a microformat. :) I know
what a pain it is to carry on two conversations in one forum thread!
So, that is the problem with "the process": there isn't really _A_
process...it's kind of a guideline.
Anyway, thanks for the answers. I will post my idea and leave the
"proposed draft spec" at my blog for you all to look at. If there's
interest in my ideas, we can move stuff over to the wiki on the
brainstorming page and keep hacking away at it. If I'm the only one
who likes it, it's no good to anyone else. I'm just trying to "fan the
Perhaps I'll take Frances' advice and create a research/exploratory
discussion page at the wiki if I get a few positive comments.
Thanks again all.
~ Craig E. Shea
On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 9:09 AM, Scott Reynen
<scott at makedatamakesense.com> wrote:
> On Jul 18, 2010, at 10:47 AM, Craig Shea wrote:
>> 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?
> Well, writing a pre-draft is probably itself jumping the gun, but not at all uncommon. The process is kind of an ideal of how things should work, but it's pretty common for something to come to microformats.org partially-done already. Any reason we shouldn't start talking about what you're actually working on, rather than talking about how to talk about it?
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