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= Microblogging Nanoformats=
:'''The official twitter lingo [[twitter-syntax]]'''
:'''The official twitter lingo [[twitter-syntax]]'''
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__TOC__
=Twitter (or Jaiku) nanoformats proposal=
=Twitter (or Jaiku) nanoformats proposal=
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(old name was twitter nanoformats)
 
* Nanoformats try to extend twitter capabilities to give more utility to the tool.
* Nanoformats try to extend twitter capabilities to give more utility to the tool.
* Nanoformats try to give more semantic information to the twitter post for better filtering.
* Nanoformats try to give more semantic information to the twitter post for better filtering.
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* Nanoformats are extensible, customizable, mashable...
* Nanoformats are extensible, customizable, mashable...
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Start [http://twitternanoformats.wikispaces.com Wiki] of the project
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== Specification ==
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; Editor : [http://teketen.com Gorka Julio] ([http://www.elurnet.net Elurnet Informatika Zerbitzuak S.L.])
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; Authors : [http://teketen.com Gorka Julio] ([http://www.elurnet.net Elurnet Informatika Zerbitzuak S.L.])
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: ...
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=== Copyright ===
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Per the public domain release on the authors' user pages ([[User:TekeTen|Gorka Julio]]) this specification is released into the public domain.
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{{MicroFormatPublicDomainContributionStatement}}
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=== Patents ===
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{{MicroFormatPatentStatement}}
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<div id="Some_apps_supporting_some_kind_of_nanoformat"><!-- uses former sub-heading as ID, to preserve existing links)-->
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==Implementations==
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Some apps supporting some kind of nanoformat:
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==Some apps supporting some kind of nanoformat==
 
* [http://twitter.com Twitter]: @username for replies
* [http://twitter.com Twitter]: @username for replies
* [http://www.tagzania.com Tagzania]: L: to share with you twitter friends the place where you are.
* [http://www.tagzania.com Tagzania]: L: to share with you twitter friends the place where you are.
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* [http://www.txioka.net Txioka] event, time, L, adr ... and conversion from nanoformats->microformats (hCalendar, hListing, hCard)
* [http://www.txioka.net Txioka] event, time, L, adr ... and conversion from nanoformats->microformats (hCalendar, hListing, hCard)
* [http://plusplusbot.com plusplus bot] tag++, @username++ to vote for or tag-- to vote against a tag or user
* [http://plusplusbot.com plusplus bot] tag++, @username++ to vote for or tag-- to vote against a tag or user
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* [http://foammee.com foamee] @ioubeer @twitterscreenname for being an amazing human being
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* [http://foamee.com foamee] @ioubeer @twitterscreenname for being an amazing human being
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* [http://hashtags.org Hashtags] #tag nanoformat is used as an easy way to track a specific topic or event
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</div>
==Use examples==
==Use examples==
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* tag++ and tag-- are been discussed better way can be ++tag or --tag (the same as other 1nanoformats), however ++tag isn't supported by http://plusplusbot.com.
* tag++ and tag-- are been discussed better way can be ++tag or --tag (the same as other 1nanoformats), however ++tag isn't supported by http://plusplusbot.com.
** question: is more regular to use ++ and -- before the word. Can we propose the change?
** question: is more regular to use ++ and -- before the word. Can we propose the change?
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** note: this can be done using vote or rate nanoformats
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** note -> this can be done using vote or rate nanoformats
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* proposal to use #group not only for groups, but for tags based common usage observed on Twitter as supported by http://hashtags.org/
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** Example: @psd++ for updating this page, thanks also to @factoryjoe L:Berkhamsted,UK #microformats
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** interesting my proposal is to give more flexible description and deprecate''' tag''' nanoformat.
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=== 1nanoformats (syntaxparam) ===
 
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    * @username
 
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          o Used to mention a user.
 
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          o Example: @mike I agree with you
 
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          o Syntax: @<twitter username>
 
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          o Tools: @yourusername filter pipe, [http://foamee.com/ foamee]
 
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    * #group
 
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          o Used to mention a group (more than one user) ['''discussion''']
 
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          o Example: #rockclub kauta concert tonight
 
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          o Syntax: #<twitter group>
 
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          o Tools: #group filter pipe
 
     * tag++ ('''discussion''')
     * tag++ ('''discussion''')
           o Used to 'plusplus' (vote for) a user or subject  
           o Used to 'plusplus' (vote for) a user or subject  
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           o Syntax: <tag-name>--
           o Syntax: <tag-name>--
           o Tools: [http://plusplusbot.com plusplus bot]
           o Tools: [http://plusplusbot.com plusplus bot]
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* ['''approved'''] proposal to use #group not only for groups, but for tags based common usage observed on Twitter as supported by http://hashtags.org/
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** We gave more flexible description to #tag and deprecate''' tag''' nanoformat.
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===Deprecated===
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* play:<object> -> use enclosure
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* tag:<tag> -> use #tag
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=== 1nanoformats (syntaxparam) ===
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    * @username
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          o Used to mention a user.
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          o Example: @mike I agree with you
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          o Syntax: @<twitter username>
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          o Tools: @yourusername filter pipe, [http://foamee.com/ foamee]
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    * #tag
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          o Used to tag posts
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          o Example: kauta concert at Doka #music
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          o Example: #rockclub kauta concert tonight (group use example)
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          o Syntax: #<tag>
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          o Tools: #tag filter pipe
===2nanoformats (syntax:param)===
===2nanoformats (syntax:param)===
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                 + info: code list iso639-1
                 + info: code list iso639-1
           o Tools: lang filter pipe
           o Tools: lang filter pipe
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    * tag:
 
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          o Used for tag post.
 
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          o Example: My cat is stupid tag:cat tag:stupid
 
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          o Syntax: tag:<tag>
 
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          o Tools: tag filter pipe
 
     * L:
     * L:
           o Used to define a location
           o Used to define a location
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          o May be followed by a trailing colon to indicate the end of the location (Example 4)
           o Example: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
           o Example: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
           o Example2: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, 75004
           o Example2: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, 75004
           o Example3: Good place to visit L:48.860500,2.352260
           o Example3: Good place to visit L:48.860500,2.352260
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          o Example4: L:San Francisco: is a nice place.
           o Text Syntax: L:<Addres, city or town, region> or L:<Address, city or town, postal code> at the end of  a tweet
           o Text Syntax: L:<Addres, city or town, region> or L:<Address, city or town, postal code> at the end of  a tweet
                 + info  [http://api.twittervision.com/api.html Twittervision API], [http://maps.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=20637&query=busqueda&topic=&type= Google maps]
                 + info  [http://api.twittervision.com/api.html Twittervision API], [http://maps.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=20637&query=busqueda&topic=&type= Google maps]
           o Geo Syntax: L:<lat,long>
           o Geo Syntax: L:<lat,long>
                 + info: (Section 3.4.2 of RFC2426)
                 + info: (Section 3.4.2 of RFC2426)
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           o Tools: [http://twittervision.com Twittervision], [http://api.twittervision.com/api.html Twittervision API], location filter pipe
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           o Tools: [http://twittervision.com Twittervision], [http://api.twittervision.com/api.html Twittervision API], [http://www.twibble.de twibble, a location aware twitter client and API], location filter pipe
     * todo:
     * todo:
           o Used to define something to do (or for someone combined with @username).
           o Used to define something to do (or for someone combined with @username).
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==Using more than one nanoformat in the same post==
==Using more than one nanoformat in the same post==
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'''If you want to use more than one nanoformat in the same twit.'''
'''If you want to use more than one nanoformat in the same twit.'''
You have to use at the end of the twit.
You have to use at the end of the twit.
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* Example: great party event:beach party time:2007-06-23 22:00 L:Ondarreta beach, Donostia
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* Example: great party event:beach party L:Ondarreta beach, Donostia
* Generic example: <message> <nanoformats one each other>
* Generic example: <message> <nanoformats one each other>
* Exception: @username commonly used at the start of the twit.
* Exception: @username commonly used at the start of the twit.
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* Example: @teketen I disagree with you!
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* Example: @teketen I disagree with you! It's time:2007-06-24 21:00
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* Example: @psd++ for updating this page, thanks also to @factoryjoe #microformats L:Berkhamsted,UK
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* Generic example: @username <message> <nanoformats one each other>
* Generic example: @username <message> <nanoformats one each other>
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'''Don't use more than one nanoformat of the same type in the same twit'''
'''Don't use more than one nanoformat of the same type in the same twit'''
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* Exception: 1nanoformats. You can use more than one in the same twit.
* Exception: 1nanoformats. You can use more than one in the same twit.
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* Example: Summer night in Andoain http://tinyurl.com/2l6j8z L:Andoain, Gipuzkoa tag:summer tag:night
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* Example: Summer night in Andoain http://tinyurl.com/2l6j8z L:Andoain, Gipuzkoa #summer #night
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* Generic Example: <message> <other nanoformats one each other> <tag:>*
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* Generic Example: <message> <other nanoformats one each other> <#tag>*
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[[User:TekeTen|TekeTen]] 08:54, 23 Jul 2007 (PDT)
[[User:TekeTen|TekeTen]] 08:54, 23 Jul 2007 (PDT)

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Microblogging Nanoformats

The official twitter lingo twitter-syntax

Contents


Twitter (or Jaiku) nanoformats proposal

Specification

Editor 
Gorka Julio (Elurnet Informatika Zerbitzuak S.L.)
Authors 
Gorka Julio (Elurnet Informatika Zerbitzuak S.L.)
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Copyright

Per the public domain release on the authors' user pages (Gorka Julio) this specification is released into the public domain.

Public Domain Contribution Requirement. Since the author(s) released this work into the public domain, in order to maintain this work's public domain status, all contributors to this page agree to release their contributions to this page to the public domain as well. Contributors may indicate their agreement by adding the public domain release template to their user page per the Voluntary Public Domain Declarations instructions. Unreleased contributions may be reverted/removed.

Patents

This specification is subject to a royalty free patent policy, e.g. per the W3C Patent Policy, and IETF RFC3667 & RFC3668.

Implementations

Some apps supporting some kind of nanoformat:

  • Twitter: @username for replies
  • Tagzania: L: to share with you twitter friends the place where you are.
  • Twittermap: L: to show your location (not standarized way)
  • Txioka event, time, L, adr ... and conversion from nanoformats->microformats (hCalendar, hListing, hCard)
  • plusplus bot tag++, @username++ to vote for or tag-- to vote against a tag or user
  • foamee @ioubeer @twitterscreenname for being an amazing human being
  • Hashtags #tag nanoformat is used as an easy way to track a specific topic or event

Use examples

Syntax

Open discussions

   * tag++ (discussion)
         o Used to 'plusplus' (vote for) a user or subject 
         o Example: microformats++ because they rock the disco!
         o Syntax: <tag-name>++
         o Tools: plusplus bot
   * tag-- (discussion)
         o Used to 'minusminus' (vote against) a user or subject 
         o Example: drm-- for breaking my backups
         o Syntax: <tag-name>--
         o Tools: plusplus bot

Deprecated


1nanoformats (syntaxparam)

   * @username
         o Used to mention a user.
         o Example: @mike I agree with you
         o Syntax: @<twitter username>
         o Tools: @yourusername filter pipe, foamee
   * #tag
         o Used to tag posts
         o Example: kauta concert at Doka #music
         o Example: #rockclub kauta concert tonight (group use example)
         o Syntax: #<tag>
         o Tools: #tag filter pipe

2nanoformats (syntax:param)

   * lang:
         o Used to define the language of the post.
         o Example: this is a post in English lang:en
         o Syntax: lang:<iso639-1 code>
               + info: code list iso639-1
         o Tools: lang filter pipe
   * L:
         o Used to define a location
         o May be followed by a trailing colon to indicate the end of the location (Example 4)
         o Example: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
         o Example2: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, 75004
         o Example3: Good place to visit L:48.860500,2.352260
         o Example4: L:San Francisco: is a nice place. 
         o Text Syntax: L:<Addres, city or town, region> or L:<Address, city or town, postal code> at the end of  a tweet
               + info  Twittervision API, Google maps
         o Geo Syntax: L:<lat,long>
               + info: (Section 3.4.2 of RFC2426)
         o Tools: Twittervision, Twittervision API, twibble, a location aware twitter client and API, location filter pipe
   * todo:
         o Used to define something to do (or for someone combined with @username).
         o Example: todo:go to buy chocolate
         o Syntax: todo:<to do info>
         o Tools: todo filter pipe
   * note:
         o Used to write a simple note.
         o Example: note:printer ink catridge numbers HP336 / HP342
         o Syntax: note:<note subject>
   * event:
         o Used to define an event (better combined with L:).
         o Example: event:Conference or event:http://www.web2summit.com/pub/w/40/coverage.html/
         o Syntax: event:<event name> or event:<http://eventurl... >
         o Tools: event filter pipe
   * enclosure: [play:(deprecated)]
         o Used to mark a link to playable media.
         o Example: enclosure: http://media.mfdz.com/track/7.mp3
         o Syntax: enclosure:<http://mediaurl... >
   * time:
         o Used to define a time (usually with event).
         o Example: time:2006-06-30 21:00:00
         o Syntax: to define (can change)

3nanoformats (syntax:param:param)

   * rate:
         o Used for rate something between 1-5.
         o Example: rate:1:Epic movie or rate:5:http://www.twitter.com/
         o Syntax: rate:<1-5>:<rated subject>
         o Tools: rate filter pipe
   * vote:
         o Used for vote (for, against, abstain).
         o Example: vote:against:Irak war or vote:for:Peace
         o Syntax: vote:<for,against,abstain>:<voted subject>
         o Tools: vote filter pipe
   * deal:
         o Used for transaction info (sell, rent, trade, wanted, offer, announce).
         o Example: deal:sell:acer:n50 pda or deal:wanted:http://www.nabaztag.com
         o Syntax: deal:<sell,rent,trade,wanted,offer,announce>:<transaction subject>

Using more than one nanoformat in the same post

If you want to use more than one nanoformat in the same twit. You have to use at the end of the twit.

Don't use more than one nanoformat of the same type in the same twit

Is not a good idea use the same type nanoformat in the same twit. Twits can be a good unit to convert the information given in a twit into other formats for that reason only the things that have meaning together are interesting. If you want to explain more than one thing you should use an other twit to do that.

TekeTen 08:54, 23 Jul 2007 (PDT)

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