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= Microformats wiki pages naming conventions =
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All pages on this wiki should follow these naming conventions:
All pages on this wiki should follow these naming conventions:
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# Dashes between words.
# Dashes between words.
# XMDP profile pages for microformat specs should be named with the name of the spec, followed by "-profile"
# XMDP profile pages for microformat specs should be named with the name of the spec, followed by "-profile"
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# Avoid any use of hierarchy "/"*
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# US English spelling for English pages (re-use of [http://www.w3.org/2001/06/manual/#Spelling W3C Manual of Style Spelling Editorial Guideline].)
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Any violations will be deleted (or moved).
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See the related (but differently applicable) [[naming-principles]] for how we figure out how to name microformats themselves and microformats properties.
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<nowiki>*</nowiki> The only exceptions to the no hiearchy rule are the [[rest]] and [[events]] pages/spaces.  REST is for a completely different subset of microformats related discussions, and [[events]] is either an arbitrary exception or a bit of an experiment.
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Any violations will be deleted.
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== Related ==
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See [[mediawiki-customization]] for brief notes on how the microformats wiki is different from a "typical" MediaWiki install, in many ways to help with [[how-to-play]] and [[naming-conventions]].

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Microformats wiki pages naming conventions

All pages on this wiki should follow these naming conventions:

  1. All lowercase.
  2. Dashes between words.
  3. XMDP profile pages for microformat specs should be named with the name of the spec, followed by "-profile"
  4. Avoid any use of hierarchy "/"*
  5. US English spelling for English pages (re-use of W3C Manual of Style Spelling Editorial Guideline.)

Any violations will be deleted (or moved).

See the related (but differently applicable) naming-principles for how we figure out how to name microformats themselves and microformats properties.

* The only exceptions to the no hiearchy rule are the rest and events pages/spaces. REST is for a completely different subset of microformats related discussions, and events is either an arbitrary exception or a bit of an experiment.

Related

See mediawiki-customization for brief notes on how the microformats wiki is different from a "typical" MediaWiki install, in many ways to help with how-to-play and naming-conventions.

naming-conventions was last modified: Saturday, December 20th, 2008

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