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It would be great to have a tool that managed all these XFN relationships in one place, so that when relationships changed, you would be able to edit just that one place, and have your blogroll and other "current" relationship pages automatically update.
It would be great to have a tool that managed all these XFN relationships in one place, so that when relationships changed, you would be able to edit just that one place, and have your blogroll and other "current" relationship pages automatically update.
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This could also be used by a blogging tool to ''set'' the rel value when you mention/link-to a person in a blog post.  However, since blog posts are snapshots in time, such a tool MUST NOT update the XFN values inside blog posts.
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This could also be used by a blogging tool to ''set'' the rel value when you mention/link-to a person in a blog post.  However, since blog posts are snapshots in time, such a tool {{must-not}} update the XFN values inside blog posts.
Idea by [http://kazuhi.to/ Kazuhito Kidachi] and [http://stopdesign.com/ Doug Bowman].
Idea by [http://kazuhi.to/ Kazuhito Kidachi] and [http://stopdesign.com/ Doug Bowman].
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==Related pages==
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XFN Wants

This is a page for listing requests for XFN support in current (and new) tools, applications, services etc.

XFN Relationship Manager

A lot of folks manage static pages with XFN hyperlinks to people.

It would be great to have a tool that managed all these XFN relationships in one place, so that when relationships changed, you would be able to edit just that one place, and have your blogroll and other "current" relationship pages automatically update.

This could also be used by a blogging tool to set the rel value when you mention/link-to a person in a blog post. However, since blog posts are snapshots in time, such a tool MUST NOT update the XFN values inside blog posts.

Idea by Kazuhito Kidachi and Doug Bowman.

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xfn-wants was last modified: Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

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