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  • ...k microformat for authors and publishers to indicate a shortened URL for a specific piece of content (e.g. a blog post).
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  • The components of a URL themselves are often shared as specific named fields. We can research and document the different ways this is done.
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  • solve a specific problem <dt>Specific Problem?</dt>
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  • ...ode>abbr</code> element <code>title</code> attribute, with locale/language-specific contents ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • * '''specific problem.''' Look for a problem to solve in a specific real world domain, rather than a broad set of domains. ...ances of real world (see related principle: [[humans-first]]) uses of that specific problem rather than trying to solve 100% of such use-cases.
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  • ...ws increases, rel-tags and more news-specific microformats can be by topic-specific services to filter news content. Specific news-related content such as statistics and quotes can be laid out automati
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  • In a document that has a specific venue for discussion (e.g. web forum, email archives, IRC channel), the hyp
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  • Whereas microformats follow a specific process and are intended to provide
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  • * See [[itinerary-examples]] for more specific examples of itinerarys being published on tourism websites.
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  • Specific profiles of PDF have been standardised through ISO:
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  • For a reminder with a specific date you must start with "+remdate"<br/>
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  • ...the "hints" in HTML4 as to what a profile document "could" be), to define specific rel (e.g. [http://gmpg.org/xfn/11 XFN 1.1 profile] and class (e.g. [http:// === do not scale when domain specific microformats are added ===
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  • * -1 Tantek: "working group" means something quite specific in W3C terminology. Very little of that applies to the set of people that ...fic meaning than "working group", "task force" still means something quite specific in W3C terminology as well as other standards organizations. Very little o
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  • This page lists all the specific examples in the wild pages or sections for each microformat. They give an o
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  • ...hCard which would beneift from the explicit rel values that described the specific relationship. ...N information on a specific page, rather than all pages. In particular, a specific page separate from the home page of their blog, and thus it would be useful
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  • ...net; however, without semantic content it is very difficult to extract the specific information, analyze it, distribute it, or search it effectively. This inv ***Certain items or references id specific people
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  • Right now we don't have any specific applications that parse these microformats but we intend to do so in the fu
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  • ...mes Literary Supplement] is a publication dedicated to book reviews. For a specific example see [http://tls.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,25342-1886497,00.html ...inia Quarterly Review] is another journal of literature and reviews. For a specific book review example see [http://www.vqronline.org/articles/2007/winter/fisc
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  • ...that represent or are about numerous types of objects. Typically they use specific "infobox" templates to distinguish them. * ... (links to specific Wikipedia pages that represent specific types of objects)
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  • This is a tentative approach to a problem with finding specific information for new members of this community. It was exposed to some memb
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  • For more concise information visit the specific microformat's page, or take a look at [[implementations]].
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  • ...robots-index"&gt;</code> is an apparent conflict but in this case the more specific should obviously override the general at its point of applicability, no mat * Does not allow control of specific UAs à la [http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/norobots.html A Standard for Robot E
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  • In a document that has a specific issues list (e.g. bug database, wiki page of issues), the hyperlink from th
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  • ...If this list gets too big we can split out by functionality, e.g. content-specific hosting services.
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  • ..., this workshop will take full advantage of the intimate setting to answer specific questions and get everyone marking up with microformats within a couple of
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  • ...plicit that the only classname on the object/etc should be include. Having specific microformat property classnames (e.g. "fn") on the object is not necessary
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  • ...resembles a table of contents, and can easily navigate to the page for the specific category. A specific example of this was
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  • ...o-do list) so it could be uploaded to a website (e.g. not dependent upon a specific server environment). The goal was to create a community resource like the
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  • ...nds lists]], whether techniques, implementation challenges, or issues with specific implementations.
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  • == Din Mailing List - mai specific == ::pentru un domeniu specific de probleme
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  • Please add feedback, questions, etc. here. If you have a specific issue, please add it to [[h-review-issues]].
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  • solve a specific problem <p> There are hundreds of journal-specific formats for presenting bibliographic data. <strong>If CSS cannot transform
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  • * specific use === For specific domains ===
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  • ...ould otherwise be in the "20%" category according to our analysis, such as specific kinds of decision details, agenda preparation, further details on participa
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  • before reaching consensus on a specific brainstorm which can then be written up as a draft. ** '''<code>accountnumber</code>'''. ''optional''. Country specific banking account number.
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  • ...s.com Kinkless GTD]. The goal of this page is to move from an Actiontastic-specific syntax to one that is shared by similar apps in order to promote cross-appl
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  • ** they ask you to link to them, but not to a specific directory page (http://www.blogwise.com/faqs/linking)
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  • ...net; however, without semantic content it is very difficult to extract the specific information, analyze it, distribute it, or search it effectively. This inv ***Certain items or references id specific people
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  • ...native proposal can be found at [[measure]], treating currency as simply a specific kind of measurement.'' Discussion of this proposal by specific problems on [[currency-issues]].
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  • == Tier 4: specific to particular item-types == * Microformats describing specific types of items ([[wine|hWine]]) will composite with this ("item hwine"), in
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  • ...loped several recipes for sharing with friends and family, I like the more specific [http://microformats.org/wiki/measure#hmeasure hMeasure] microformat for in
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  • === Can the microformats rel registry document HTML specific details === ''Q: Can the microformats rel registry document HTML-specific details? ''
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  • Some specific changes:
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  • * See [[comment-examples]] for more specific examples of comments being published on blogs and other sites.
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  • ...o-do list) so it could be uploaded to a website (e.g. not dependent upon a specific server environment). The goal was to create a community resource like the
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  • ...a selection of instances (e.g. export selected contacts), or one just one specific instance (e.g. export contact XYZ). ...could provide additional menu items (based on the below) that act on that specific contact.
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  • = Specific Examples from the Wild =
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  • ..., is there a need for the Government to engage with or provide funding for specific committees/bodies? * Are there any legal or procurement barriers to mandating specific open standards in the UK Government's IT?
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  • * site specific post and other [http://indiewebcamp.com/webactions webaction] buttons can d
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  • 7. How do I kill a specific subject? 8. How do I kill postings from a specific person?
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  • ...gory">''microformats-dinner-20090120''</span> <!-- This is your event-date-specific tag --> <!-- <span class="category">''upcoming:event=xyz''</span> This is from the specific upcoming.org event you should create for this event. Replace xyz with the
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  • * See [[comment-examples]] for more specific examples of comments being published on blogs and other sites.
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  • * No need for a new rel value for a specific MIME/content-type. That's what the 'type' attribute is for.
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  • ...le and efficient generic microformats2 parsers without needing to know any specific vocabularies, either currently or in the future. These are both advantages ...dor-specific''' - extensions that either only make sense in or have a very specific detailed or other meaning (e.g. a shibboleth) in a particular company or or
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  • If you have a specific test case and bug to report please file it there.
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  • A microformat to describe the contents of a (we)blog. It provides a specific set of information to categorize a (we)blog. Enables easier search for huma
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  • <li>the specific reasons are irrelevant, the 'existence' of the behavior matters</li> ...re your site uses existing microformats in known ways</li> <li>solve a specific problem</li>
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  • ...her elaborated on in [http://gmpg.org/xmdp/ Xhmtl Meta Data Profiles] with specific reference to the [http://gmpg.org/xfn/11 XFN 1.1 relationships meta data pr
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  • ...ic direction for web crawlers. While being useful in many cases, its page-specific nature means it cannot be used to restrict crawlers from indexing only cert ...ute, which may only be applied to (and does not refer to the content of) a specific inline link. (It is interesting to note that this behavior is entirely enc
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  • * '''ignore''': Stops messages from a specific user
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  • ...nown as "Text To Speech", or TTS). Pronunciation instructions describe how specific text tokens should be rendered in the aural dimension using synthetic voice
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  • * notes specific to each session during the day.
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  • language-specific repository (CPAN, PEAR). (This includes things like drivers.) * <div id="ebuild_list"><ul>... used for consumer-specific parameters
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  • Issues with specific examples and techniques recommended on the [[hcard-examples]] page, grouped
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  • * '''ignore''': Stops messages from a specific user
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  • == specific microformats validators ==
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  • ...TML4 'class' attribute is case-sensitive, for microformats I had to pick a specific case to use for property names. I decided to explicitly follow the precede ...y those that have some structure to them, with a set of values that relate specific semantics.
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  • ...s the ContextObject -- the address of the link resolver ''is'' institution-specific and should be handled by a user's (or machine's) activating agent.
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  • DSL (a domain-specific language) for parsing POSH formats, and comes included with support for sev
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  • ...ecific fields on the the profile page are filled in accordingly, with site specific heurstics. A: Well the way around it is to *only* look for that specific "home page" link, not any link on the page, that's the key for old players,
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  • While these extensions include no microformat-specific tools, the can be of use to microformat publishers (or advanced users). The newest version supports Greasemonkey-like application of XQueries to specific sites, enabling potential sharing and reuse.
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  • ...e businesses have neither consistent nor semantic standards. Moreover, the specific needs of services firms and their customers might be best defined by consid ...looked at [[hListing]] and [[hproduct]] proposals, but neither address the specific needs of service firms and their customers.
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  • Though no microformat-specific content has been announced, there is obvious relevance to the [[geo|Geo mic
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  • === Service-Specific ===
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  • * orientation (lock to a specific device orientation?)
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  • to, especially in the case of agents that are not aware of the specific This implies to me that the ''server'' could use a specific microformat to indicate that a given URL can be treated in a particular way
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  • ...her <code>rel</code> values and other attributes to provide different more specific meanings, in particular:
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  • *#* ACCEPTED FAQ. Documented in [[hatom-faq]] with specific FAQs. If there are no objections to the resolution for say 30 days, this is
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  • ...me microformat? I tried looking around the site but couldn't find anything specific. As someone working in the recruitment marketing industry I can see distinc
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  • If you have a specific test case and bug to report please file it there.
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  • The hVocabulary microformat is focused on the representation of a specific type of content, but it could be extended with a hMemorize microformat, whi ...lity to link a small bit of text, rich media, or resource description to a specific learning concept. If this vocabulary describes learning concepts, then we
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  • ** product specific data ( ie: Model, Year, Brand for Cars or Motorcycles. Varies by Product ty ** product-specific key-value pairs
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  • ...he Generalized Markup Language, at IBM. It was a meta-language for domain-specific document formats with semantic information, which could be used for flexibl ...nsive businesses. But SGML's complexity, and the necessity to write a DTD specific to your application area, inhibited its wider use.
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  • <td class="tdDesc">Get general help or help on a specific topic or command.
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  • ...erstyles.org/livetitle third-party generated microsummaries for a range of specific pages] ...ch as by extracting the first "H2", or the content of a div or span with a specific ID, or the last-updated date). Thus this method has all the same potential
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  • ===Create a note in a specific context===
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  • ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • ...ated that there may be a need for a generic microformat to indicate that a specific element is a wrapper, container, or layer of abstraction, that should be op Since there are type specific markup and parsing interpretations, there may need to be several such class
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  • ...tp://usefulinc.com/doap/ DOAP: Description of a Project] (software project-specific)
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  • Inflatables are also used for the construction of specific sports pitches, military quick-assembly tents, camping tent air beams, and ...vity to wind and fire proofing that, currently, restrict their use to very specific circumstances.
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  • :'''This page is a stub. ... need to add more details on specific properties for hCard user profiles...'''
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  • ...euse those terms from the Atom RFC (title, content, summary) with the Atom-specific semantics defined therein, rather than the generic semantics, e.g. "summary ...der to reflect the precise Atom semantics as defined in RFC 4287, we chose specific class names for capturing and communicating Atom Entry title, Atom Entry co
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  • <td class="tdDesc">Get general help or help on a specific topic or command.
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  • ...n the HTML4 specification follow a very consistent pattern that indicate a specific directionality to the value of the rel attribute. The ''only'' exception t
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  • If you have a specific preference for what service(s) to authenticate with, just make sure that yo == vendor specific sign in ==
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  • ...ey?</strong> Javascript libraries? An XML vocabulary? PHP tools? The most specific language is "data format standard." Is that like HTML? Is it just an RFC ...been equally suitable class names to use, however by standardizing on one specific class name it makes it easy to write a computer program which can examine a
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  • ** FriendFeed - many specific types
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  • ...the text/html or application/xhtml+xml view contains) and a site or domain specific JSON representation of their own (commonly used for APIs)
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  • The history is greatly in need of further documentation with specific dates. Please contribute what you can find and cite/hyperlink sources! * [http://gmpg.org/history GMPG history] for GMPG specific events.
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  • The Wikipedia navigation uses no attributes, except for language-specific classes. Example http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olm%C3%BCtz :
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  • Whether or not there is a specific problem that is being solved, one or more use cases (actual scenarios which
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  • ** Not a specific technology implementation * Specific profile for REST
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  • ...resembles a table of contents, and can easily navigate to the page for the specific category. A specific example of this was
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  • ...development of a solution to the problem area, rather than leaping to the specific technical solution of using a rel attribute value.
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  • While nominally focused on specific feature requests to add to Rails, in fact many of these recommendations are and know what specific methods it can handle for a given
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  • Please add links / brief description to specific sessions and meetups during SXSW Interactive 2008 that relate to microforma
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  • The idea with hNews is to add some machine-readable news-specific semantics to display-ready HTML. I see NewsML [http://www.iptc.org/cms/site ...devcamp about retrofitting some of the work from hnews into hatom and/or a specific news microformat. I'll be carrying that work out on the hatom-brainstormin
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  • ...r development that come to mind straight away, I'm happy to help spec more specific implementation details.
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  • ...correct HTTP status messages religiously, there's still some value in a ''specific'' section of the resulting page that defines the actual error. --[[User:Eva
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  • * follow-up: specific examples/citations needed. ...ddition to the gender-neutral primary relationships already in XFN, gender-specific terms may be required ("father" and "mother" for "parent", for example).
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  • ...is better marked up as an [[hcard|hCard]], since that is the address of a specific organization:
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  • ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • ...profiles]], whether techniques, implementation challenges, or issues with specific implementations. Please sign and date specific issues with <nowiki>~~~~</nowiki> so others have an idea when the problem w
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  • and detail = specific negotiated: provide specific help
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  • ...hParticipants to define an enduring organizational capacity, rather than a specific role in the immediate context. Does this make sense?
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  • The Commerce domain has a number of common documents that are used to record specific classes of interactions or value exchanges - see [http://en.wikipedia.org/w
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  • ...don't have to pay to ''participate'' in the process, or be a member of any specific company or organisation.
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  • *#* REJECTED. Strawman. Lack of specific examples of such documents. Insufficient detail - "particular parsing chall ..."with user-generated content" out of context is a strawman. Leaving out a specific example makes it a hypothetical. Saying "particular parsing challenges", wi
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  • ...plied verb in most feeds, and always has a direct object with a permalink. Specific examples:
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  • ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • ...object may have '''href''', '''id''', '''version''', and '''type''' fields specific to that member. If the field contains an array of strings rather than an ar
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  • ...ral class for marking that this is a "coordinate", or a "location". Then a specific reference frame or spatial body can be defined. However, this may only happ
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  • // multiple choice with specific feedback | // specific-help: text || Optional specific help
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  • ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • * "appcast": too specific? appcast shouldn't be limited to applications, and the term may be too jarg == Sparkle-specific Appcast enhancements ==
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  • ** '''on username''': turns on notifications for a specific person on your device. For example, ON alissa. ** '''off username''':turns off notifications for a specific person on your device. For example, OFF blaine.
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  • * Solve a specific problem
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  • ...bject> elements. It is likely that there will be more specialized, domain-specific microformats for some of these items in the future.
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  • *{{ClosedIssue}} 2006-12-11 raised by Andy Mabbett - hCalendar specific accessibility issue separated from the [[hcalendar-issues|hCalendar issues] ...Issue}} 2007-01-20 raised by [[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]] - hCalendar specific accessibility issue separated from the [[hcalendar-issues|hCalendar issues]
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  • * solve a specific problem ...tly avoid asking them to mark up data semantically and with verbs for <em>specific</em> re-uses.
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  • ...EGIN:VEVENT END:VEVENT block, and optional "X-" properties, implementation specific "PRODID" property, and "CHARSET" parameter have been omitted (and thus impl
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  • ...ents for a piece of content. It builds on other microformats which define specific uses of the rel attribute for links, such as [[rel-tag]] and [[rel-license]
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  • ...contain sample hReviews. The reason for this is that sites often highlight specific instances of "hX" on their summary pages. Amazon shows the most popular rev
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  • ...t fields seem suitable for unstructured address information. They all have specific meanings that we couldn't maintain by putting arbitrary address information
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  • ...EGIN:VEVENT END:VEVENT block, and optional "X-" properties, implementation specific "PRODID" property, and "CHARSET" parameter have been omitted (and thus impl
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  • = Specific Examples from the Wild =
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  • A microformat is a specific collection of names, values, and accompanying structure defined through rig
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  • ...es. There seem to be two ones: an [http://phobos.apple.com/version iTunes-specific one], and a [http://swscan.apple.com/content/catalogs/index-1.sucatalog gen
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  • ...EGIN:VEVENT END:VEVENT block, and optional "X-" properties, implementation specific "PRODID" property, and "CHARSET" parameter have been omitted (and thus impl
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  • ...EGIN:VEVENT END:VEVENT block, and optional "X-" properties, implementation specific "PRODID" property, and "CHARSET" parameter have been omitted (and thus impl
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  • ...ies), and specify that any application use cases which appear to "require" specific properties must instead define how to imply sensible defaults for them. ...fications]] for latest thoughts along these lines, including the following specific mark-up implied generic properties across all microformats (based on existi
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  • ...EGIN:VEVENT END:VEVENT block, and optional "X-" properties, implementation specific "PRODID" property, and "CHARSET" parameter have been omitted (and thus impl
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  • * <code>itemprop</code> attribute is a more specific version of <code>class</code>, for field names ...d for another simpler way of expressing extended, one-off, custom, or site-specific semantics.
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  • ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • ...to mostly be content copied from [[hReview]] without removing the hReview-specific content such as the draft spec note, date, authors, etc. This can be fixe * Analyze what aspects are "comment" specific (rather than just copied from hReview)
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  • ...ed.org/ Atom], we are looking to extend [[hAtom]] with the most vital news-specific fields.
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  • ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • ...represented by either an [[h-card]], [[h-product]], [[h-event]], or other specific microformat.
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  • ...e classes and new rel values you are using as being defined by one or more specific microformats. With an XMDP validator, you will also be able to make sure t
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  • ...t a person (except, when representing an author, use the more semantically specific AU element noted above instead).
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  • ...s|examples]] shows a lot more possibilities than just that. Here are some specific places to start using microformats today: ...[[semantic xhtml]], AKA [[POSH]]. Where there aren't [[microformats]] for specific types of content, feel free to experiment with your own [[poshformats]].
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  • ...t-fixture]] microformat (and/or it’s updated mf2 version) so that language-specific test suites can be derived from a single source. See also [[test-suite-brai
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  • *How to indicate that a set of waypoints is a specific, but unordered, collection (u.e. a set of all the metro stations in Paris,
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  • ...tt]]: Tags are often not appropriate, as per the cited e-mail. DoD is more specific (and often used in real life biographies and obituaries e.g [http://en.wiki
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  • * "Event markup can be used to mark up events that occur on ''' ''specific'' future dates''', such as a musical concert or an art festival." ...ent. Can be a URL to a page where tickets can be purchased, or can include specific Offer properties, such as"
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  • ...d explanations and demonstrations of both [[microformats]] in general, and specific microformats. See also microformats [[presentations]] and [[podcasts]].
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  • Most examples these days use hAtom already and thus check here for specific modern examples:
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  • ...n publications with more than one author, or perhaps when the author has a specific publication vehicle for the cited work. Also works when the publication is ...c]] problem'''. In this case '''web citations''' seeks to solve a ''more'' specific problem than previous proposals, that of citations from the web to the web
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  • * Are they open efforts (or at least trying to be open), or are they vendor-specific?
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  • ...dates and durations. The individual implementations may allow for language specific formatting, but it should not be part of this specification. ...e discouraged, but they are use useful for the post processing of language specific formatting. A good example of this would be hResumes use of <code>duration<
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  • We can, quickly, have microformats for ISBNs and ISSNs. The very specific nature of the way in which those codes are formatted means that further evi
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  • ...ies), and specify that any application use cases which appear to "require" specific properties must instead define how to imply sensible defaults for them. For example for hCard this would mean the following specific changes to keep relevant functionality:
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  • *#* RESOLVED. [[to-do]]: [[hcard-parsing]] must specific how to handle to properly. Suggestion: analysis of any existing content tha
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  • ...at spec, used by menus everywhere, while <code>foo-deliver</code> would be specific to Foo Service, a way for a restaurant to specify that it offers items in t ...est representation of the menu and probably is good enough. Something more specific would have to be done in h-product, and shouldn't be implemented unless it'
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  • ...it has become quite clear that we need to explicitly document some of the specific design principles that went into naming the objects and properties of some The specific example in mind is 'country-name' which comes from prose description in vCa
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  • ...such as size, type, codec, bit-rate, sampling rate, and other file format specific variables.
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  • ...eyond mere errata. In such cases, brainstorming pages are created for the specific microformats, e.g. [[hcard-brainstorming]], [[hcalendar-brainstorming]]. W
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  • * Minimize browser specific code in the business logic * A: 1. themes won't work with the iframe ''this is ASP.NET-specific reference'' --[[DimitriGlazkov]]
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  • This page is for documenting specific tr.im shortlinks and where they used to go to.
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  • ...ormats|To Do - for all microformats]]). There are however some microformat-specific tools listed on the [[implementations]] page which can help with validation ...how to walk through the steps of creating a new microformat, and note the specific problem you are trying to solve to the microformats-discuss list. This wil
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  • ...nswers to specific styling and tooltip questions. Otherwise, please raise specific issues here with clear valid examples. *#* REJECTED (empty statements, invalid comparator). Please state specific examples which show the perceived complexity. The comparison "more complic
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  • * <code>UID</code> in vCard simply becomes another semantic applied to a specific URL (or EMAIL) for an hCard.
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  • ...:TomMorris|Tom Morris] and [http://danbri.org Dan Brickley] who’ll discuss specific aspects of microformats in conjunction with other semantic web technologies
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  • The analysis here is derived from a thorough reading and analysis of the specific property definitions in the vCard RFC 2426 spec, along with reasoning using
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  • A microformat to describe the contents of a (we)blog. It provides a specific set of information to categorize a (we)blog. Enables easier search for huma
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  • specific volume cubic meter per kilogram m3/kg
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  • ...often be used as a building block with other [[microformats]] to construct specific structures and formats. E.g. [[XOXO]]+[[XFN]] produces a portable XFN frie
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  • * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
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  • ...Evolving The Web" at Web Essentials 05] began with and emphasized numerous specific user scenarios and points of why data portability matters to every digital
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  • ...an integer containing a UNIX timestamp) detecting when to apply this date-specific logic would be non-trivial and could require knowledge of which µf fields
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  • ** (And a fourth: integration in specific blogging tools)
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  • ...s community, contact an [[admin]] and ask if you can help with one or more specific [[admin-to-do#ongoing|ongoing admin duties]] (especially if you notice any
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  • * numerical values should not include any locale-specific digit grouping (e.g. "," after thousands digit) ...values with punctuation.''' numerical values should not include any locale-specific digit grouping (e.g. "," after thousands digit)
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  • ...e is that then it will not extract the node name from ANY namespace, but a specific one.
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  • ...this point in terms of modern search engine behaviors. We can re-open if a specific real world example with URL is provided along with search result screenshot
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  • ...gory">''microformats-dinner-20090113''</span> <!-- This is your event-date-specific tag -->
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  • ...AN: this is actually a [http://www.ecbs.org/iban.htm standardized] country specific concatenation/serialization of various account informations that together g
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  • ...ld elements. This combination would provide what is necessary to capture a specific event; the media stream information and the timing information. ==== Media specific concerns ====
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  • .../rdxh/spec GRDDL] mechanism, it is possible to view microformats as domain-specific [http://www.w3.org/RDF/ RDF] serializations. ...m/2005/erdf/wiki/Main/RdfInHtml RDF-in-HTML], rather to define more domain-specific formats.
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  • ...endar</span> output, omitting optional "X-" properties, and implementation specific "PRODID" property:
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  • ** product specific data ( ie: Model, Year, Brand for Cars or Motorcycles. Varies by Product ty
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  • ...tt]]: Tags are often not appropriate, as per the cited e-mail. DoD is more specific (and often used in real life biographies and obituaries e.g [http://en.wiki
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  • == vendor specific sign in == ...hic) must be at least as simple, easy, and trustworthy as the these vendor specific sign in methods.
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  • ...roughly reading and analyzing both section "4.6.1 Event Component" and the specific property definitions in the iCalendar [[rfc-2445|RFC 2445]] spec, along wit
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  • * aggregate product-specific information from across the web ...d be recognized that more mature formats like hListing are not granular or specific enough to cover the many possible attributes of a product. Without these sp
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  • ***Many recipes associate ingredients with specific steps of a multi-step method; if methods are broken out into steps, then th **I think this is being to specific. Are there any real world examples where this would be useful? --[[User:Yde
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  • ...d list for endnotes, and uses the ID attribute in a list item to link to a specific endnote. Also in the ID attribute is the date of publication, to differenti
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  • ...ser, applications or websites to produce richer interactions. For example, specific searches may be performed for stamp's subject or collection details via gen
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  • Use the [[abbr-design-pattern]] when you have localized, language, or design-specific human readable information that you want to markup and also provide a more ...able to accurately check it and verify that it matches the locale/language-specific contents of the time element.
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  • ...ry">''microformats-dinner-2009-03-31''</span> <!-- This is your event-date-specific tag, update MM and DD to the Gregorian month and day of the month according
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  • ...ry">''microformats-dinner-2009-02-17''</span> <!-- This is your event-date-specific tag, update MM and DD to the Gregorian month and day of the month according
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  • ...vided explanations and discusions of both [[microformats]] in general, and specific [[microformats]].
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  • ===Q. ''Are there issues with page styling when specific class values are used?''=== ...et of class names to use for styling. If the author is already using using specific class names, they can continue to do so, and include microformat class name
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  • ...gs, or links the author wishes to point to, but avoid endorsing. For more specific endorsement (or lack thereof) semantics, see [[vote-links|VoteLinks]].</p> * ... nearly every other content hosting / publishing site - please add more specific examples with direct URLs to pages abusing "nofollow".
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  • Blog posts that provide specific, modern, guidance, techniques and tips for using more and better semantic H ...s and add ''direct'' links to POSH related articles, tutorials etc. to the specific sections above. You can leave the top level site links here until/unless yo
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  • ## The Problem Statement is a very specific paragraph that outlines a commonly published piece of data on the web. If y ...ould be identified, parsed, their cardinality, as well as many other field-specific pieces of information.
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  • poshformats may only apply to the person who invented it, or a specific site of theirs, or maybe even just one web page.
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  • ...ry">''microformats-dinner-2009-02-10''</span> <!-- This is your event-date-specific tag, update MM and DD to the Gregorian month and day of the month according
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  • ...ular URL. Nothing more. All the profile stuff is extra and even then the specific property set is unspecified in OpenID. That's where [[hcard|hCard]] comes
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  • ...appear in more than one FAMily record. e.g. if they remarry. rather than a specific geneaology microformat, maybe a general hGraph structure might be appropria
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  • *How to indicate that a set of waypoints is a specific, but unordered, collection (i.e. a set of all the metro stations in Paris,
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  • * SOAP envelopes to transport modules, but there is no specific formatting required for the actual content of the "portlet" (module or widg
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  • ...rtists and songs via general search services such as Google and Wikipedia. Specific search services may also be queried such as MusicBrainz, The Internet Archi Fields that are type-specific have been omitted from hAlbum. It is important that hAlbum be kept simple
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  • ...ion requires site registration (like the primer), but not paid membership. Specific marketing details require paid membership.
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  • ...her elaborated on in [http://gmpg.org/xmdp/ XHTML Meta Data Profiles] with specific reference to the [http://gmpg.org/xfn/11 XFN 1.1 relationships meta data pr
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  • ...user interfaces meant to do more than browse the web. A microformat is a specific way to encode a commonly understood concept in any web page. The kind of c
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  • * specific use
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  • :#in strict technical usage, a subset of URI specific to identifiers who are primarily locators.
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  • ...hould all be incorporated into the [[examples-in-the-wild]] pages for each specific microformat. See also the individual microformats advocacy pages for specific microformat successes.
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  • ...formats in use on the internet. I haven't really listed much in the way of specific metadata formats or made a distinction between container formats and codecs
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  • ...can we successfully take that method (of adding a new class name for each specific use of XOXO) scale and continue working?
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  • ...ns nothing more than "entry-". Each of those three specific terms ''is so specific to the problem domain'' that we invented names specifically for them. For e Once again, we found that even prefixing for this specific case was unnecessary in practice.
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  • ...bution publishing use cases. They could be used at webpage level or within specific microformats for scoped licensing, e.g. ...ent search world with the Creative Commons search interfaces that look for specific *licenses*, rather than expressions of rights. [[User:Tantek|Tantek]] 03:45
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  • *As to any comments on the general idea or any specific implementation, I think my colleague, Trent Hare, has already addressed any *The main issue seems to be that both the body, and the specific definition (technically a "reference frame") in question need to be specifi
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  • ::for a specific problem domain Microformats are simple codes that you can use to identify specific kinds of data, like people or events, in your webpages.
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  • ...value excerption pattern brainstorming: date and time separation]] for the specific proposal. For American English-specific localized date times:
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  • ...e cross-microformat issues were actually finally resolved in 2009 and most specific microformat (e.g. [[hCard-issues]]) have been resolved since. Specific brainstorm definitions:
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  • '''Conventions for this page.''' When documenting a specific implementation, use the name of the implementation as the header including ...s maintained until the last minute when the data can be compressed for the specific device purely for efficiency reasons.
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  • ISO 8601 and W3CDTF (but not RFC 3339) allow less specific dates, excluding the day and month. e.g. "2008-09" (September 2008) or "200
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  • ...]] ([https://chat.indieweb.org/microformats view recent discussions]), and specific issues [https://github.com/microformats/h-event/issues may be filed on GitH hCalendar-specific implementations that perform custom display or translation to iCalendar .ic
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  • *#* UNCLEAR. Awaiting documentation of specific pages and tools that demonstrate said problem. - [[User:Tantek|Tantek]]
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  • ...rather than adding another scenario-specific class name. Adding scenario-specific class names also does not scale to other microformats in general (requiring ** +0 not sure how to make this work without a specific example to analyze. [[User:Tantek|Tantek]] 19:17, 8 June 2009 (UTC)
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  • ...t up as well), instead of emailing about it, document it on the respective specific microformat's *-brainstorming wiki page, (preferably near the bottom), and * ask them to document their theoretical example on the respective specific microformat's *-brainstorming wiki page. Provide a direct link to the *-bra
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  • ...the news world, different news companies sometimes share the copyright on specific works, and this arrangement results in two copyright statements appearing f ...the news world, different news companies sometimes share the copyright on specific works, and this arrangement results in two copyright statements appearing f
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  • ** might mean a specific link to the latest version, though W3C specs use the phrase "Latest Version
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  • ...speed limits that vary depending on time of day, and roads that allow only specific types of traffic (buses and bicycles, for instance) during periods of the d
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  • ...a selection of instances (e.g. export selected contacts), or one just one specific instance (e.g. export contact XYZ). ...n URL (e.g. using X2V, or prefixing the URL to the current page (or to the specific event within using a fragment identifier) with webcal://h2vx.com/ics/ ) and
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  • *As to any comments on the general idea or any specific implementation, I think my colleague, Trent Hare, has already addressed any *The main issue seems to be that both the body, and the specific definition (technically a "reference frame") in question need to be specifi
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  • ...rom the Google documentation) of multiple breadcrumb paths on a page for a specific Stephen King book:
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  • ...t of industry awards and their corresponding dates. There is currently no specific way of representing this information in the hResume specification. Do the
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  • ...ry">''microformats-dinner-2009-03-03''</span> <!-- This is your event-date-specific tag, update MM and DD to the Gregorian month and day of the month according
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  • ...renced by the URI(s) returned in the entity of the response, with the most specific URI for the resource given by a Location header field.
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  • ...e cross-microformat issues were actually finally resolved in 2009 and most specific microformat (e.g. [[hCard-issues]]) have been resolved since. ...g market proven (only market proven standards are "real world" standards). Specific brainstorm definitions:
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  • ...count for scheduled holidays and employee vacation time. Check with HR for specific dates.\n ...count for scheduled holidays and employee vacation time. Check with HR for specific dates.<br />
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