[uf-rest] Fwd: Migrating from Custom XML to XHTML to (XHTML +Microformats)

ahmad omar oaleh_91 at hotmail.com
Thu May 3 03:31:41 PDT 2007

>From: "Dr. Ernie Prabhakar" <ernest.prabhakar at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: Microformats REST <microformats-rest at microformats.org>
>To: Microformats REST <microformats-rest at microformats.org>
>Subject: [uf-rest] Fwd: Migrating from Custom XML to XHTML to (XHTML 
>Date: Wed, 2 May 2007 11:06:12 -0700
>Hi all,
>Apologies to those of you who've seen this before, but this is  precisely 
>the sort of XML -> XHMLT+Microformats implementations this  list was 
>designed to encourage. :-)
>Still waiting for someone to create an Rails scaffold that implements  this 
>in XHTML...
>Begin forwarded message:
>>From: "Brian Suda" <brian.suda at gmail.com>
>>On 5/2/07, Costello, Roger L. <costello at mitre.org> wrote:
>>>Hi Folks,
>>>I have written a short wiki article describing how an information
>>>design may evolve from custom XML tags, to XHTML tags, to XHTML +
>>--- excellent, glad to see it is a wiki where anyone can edit. I
>>encouage you to add the information to the microformats wiki as well.
>>Awhile ago i wrote some XSLT code to convert any XML into XOXO.
>>(i hope it still works, it has been awhile).
>>When converting the XML into XHTML if it is converted to XOXO as well,
>>then XOXO aware apps and libraries can internalise the data into
>>arrays easily.
>>You should have an example for XOXO output as well. if you have any
>>specific question about implementations and code to do this you should
>>consider asking the dev list as well.
>>brian suda
>>microformats-discuss mailing list
>>microformats-discuss at microformats.org

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