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<h2>Authors</h2>
<h2>Authors</h2>
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<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://tantek.com/log/">Tantek</nowiki></pre>
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<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://tantek.com/log/">Tantek &#0199;elik</a></li>
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<!-- numerical character entities work for XHTML and XML in general,
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whereas named character entities only work in HTML and *some* XHTML user agents -->
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<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="#">Rohit Khare</a></li>
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<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://meyerweb.com/">Eric A. Meyer</a></li>
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<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://www.markbaker.ca">Mark Baker</a></li>
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<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://www.wiredpen.com/">Kathy Gill</a></li>
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<li class="vcard fn">Bert Bos
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<li> ***** add your hcard here *****</li>
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<li>&amp; other participants from the Microformats track on Dev Day at WWW 2005</li>
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</ul>
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<br> Solution?
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<br>Author -- should use hCard. OK
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<br>Mulitple authors? Multiple hCards.
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<br> use hidden SPANs?
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<br> use CSS classes for k-authors: 1st-author, 2nd-author? generic "author" class?
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<br> ol + span?
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<br> how to "loft" dc:author inot microformats use in CSS class= attrs? --
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<em>create an XMDP for Dublin Core (creator, etc)</em>
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<pre>
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.author + .author + .author + .author {display: none}
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.author + .author + .author {content: " et al."}
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</pre>
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<h2> Existing Example</h2>
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<p>Let's start with a concrete example of a particular bibliography presentation
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</p>
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<pre>
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[1] Goland, Y. Y., Nottingham, M. and Orchard, D. WS-CallBack Protocol 0.91.
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BEA Systems, WS-CallBack Protocol 0.91, Feb 26 2003 2003.
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http://dev2dev.bea.com/technologies/webservices/WS-CallBack-0_9.jsp
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</pre>
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<p>How would we mark that up?</p>
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<pre class="example">
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&lt;span class="vcard"&gt;
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&lt;span class="fn n"&gt;
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  &lt;span class="family-name "&lt;Goland&lt;/span&gt;,
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  &lt;abbr class="given-name" title="Yaron"&gt;Y.&lt;/abbr&gt;
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&lt;/span&gt;
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&lt;/span&gt;
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</pre>
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<h2>Goals</h2>
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<ol>
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<li><strong>Stop having to re-key references!</strong></li>
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<li>Adapt to new Journal styles solely by changin the CSS?</li>
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</ol>
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<h2>Why a Microformat?</h2>
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<ol>
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<li><strong>Presentation matters!</strong></li>
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<li>A predecessor format exists:
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<ul>
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<li>BibTeX</li>
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<li>Endnote</li>
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<li>Dublin Core</li>
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</ul>
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</li>
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</ol>
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<hr>
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<strong>the microformats way</strong>
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<ul><li>
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solve a specific problem
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</li><li>
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make evolutionary improvements
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</li><li>
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be as simple as possible, perhaps solve a simpler problem first
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</li><li>
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adapt to current behaviors and usage patterns, e.g. (X)HTML, blogging
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</li><li>
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presentable <em>and</em> parsable
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</li><li>
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reuse existing microformats and well established schemas (e.g. IETF RFCs) as building blocks
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</li><li>
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design to be reused and embedded inside existing formats and microformats
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</li><li>
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enable and encourage decentralized development and services
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</li>    </ul>
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<hr>
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<h2>The Microformats Checklist</h2>
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<dl>
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<dt>Specific Problem?</dt>
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<dd>Are we close? the library science rathole is pretty deep, folks....</dd>
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</dl>
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<h2>Notes</h2>
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<p>Typically have access to "rendered"/"flattened" papers without the structured data</p>
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</nowiki></pre>

Current revision

Contents

hBib Description 2005-05-14

This is a historical capture and therefore the below pre/nowiki contents MUST NOT be edited.

For current related efforts, see citation.

The following document was created, collaboratively edited live 2005-05-14 during the WWW2005 workshop and presentations on microformats.


<nowiki>

<body style="font-size:130%">

<h1>hBib: une charette</h1>
<p><em>an interactive design session</em></p>

<h2>Authors</h2>
<ul>
<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://tantek.com/log/">Tantek Çelik</a></li> 
 <!-- numerical character entities work for XHTML and XML in general, 
whereas named character entities only work in HTML and *some* XHTML user agents -->
<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="#">Rohit Khare</a></li>
<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://meyerweb.com/">Eric A. Meyer</a></li>
<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://www.markbaker.ca">Mark Baker</a></li>
<li class="vcard"><a class="url fn" href="http://www.wiredpen.com/">Kathy Gill</a></li>
<li class="vcard fn">Bert Bos

<li> ***** add your hcard here *****</li>

<li>& other participants from the Microformats track on Dev Day at WWW 2005</li>

</ul>

<br> Solution?
<br>Author -- should use hCard. OK

<br>Mulitple authors? Multiple hCards.
<br> use hidden SPANs?
<br> use CSS classes for k-authors: 1st-author, 2nd-author? generic "author" class?
<br> ol + span?

<br> how to "loft" dc:author inot microformats use in CSS class= attrs? -- 
<em>create an XMDP for Dublin Core (creator, etc)</em>
<pre>
.author + .author + .author + .author {display: none}
.author + .author + .author {content: " et al."}


Existing Example

Let's start with a concrete example of a particular bibliography presentation

[1] Goland, Y. Y., Nottingham, M. and Orchard, D. WS-CallBack Protocol 0.91.
 BEA Systems, WS-CallBack Protocol 0.91, Feb 26 2003 2003. 
 http://dev2dev.bea.com/technologies/webservices/WS-CallBack-0_9.jsp

How would we mark that up?

<span class="vcard">
 <span class="fn n">
  <span class="family-name "<Goland</span>, 
  <abbr class="given-name" title="Yaron">Y.</abbr>
 </span>
</span>

Goals

  1. Stop having to re-key references!
  2. Adapt to new Journal styles solely by changin the CSS?

Why a Microformat?

  1. Presentation matters!
  2. A predecessor format exists:
    • BibTeX
    • Endnote
    • Dublin Core

the microformats way


The Microformats Checklist

Specific Problem?</dt>
Are we close? the library science rathole is pretty deep, folks....</dd>


Notes

Typically have access to "rendered"/"flattened" papers without the structured data

</nowiki></pre>

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