At least if I put something here, I won't keep seeing my name as a red link...
Thank you so much for catching my typo on my user page! I really appreciate it. --Carla 08:27, 10 Sep 2007 (PDT)
Aloha and mahalo
For your (or your bots) kind rules/regs posting. --JeffMcNeill 13:20, 1 Oct 2007 (PDT)
I am one of the contributors/admins on wikispecies. You posted a message a while ago, also on our mailing list. I am wondering in what stage you really are with your private project. Have you actually build something, or are you still in the brain-storming phase? Anyway I'm anxious to see where you are going. --Hyppo 14:44, 8 Oct 2006 (PDT) (Kempm on Wikispecies)
Hey, I answered on my own talk page (It's never been clear to me what the best way to do this is.) In short Wikitravel is poised to do a major hCard rollout in the coming months. -- MarkJaroski 07:31, 25 Nov 2006 (PST)
Hey, why is hiding semi-useful information using CSS bad? The Geo and Address stuff wouldn't be enough to contact me, but I would like there so bookmarklets, crawlers, greasemonkey etc can manipulate it. Is there a policy on using CSS hiding of fields? Thanks :) --WizardIsHungry 14:35, 15 Dec 2006 (PST)
- See hCard issues Andy Mabbett 14:55, 15 Dec 2006 (PST)
Thanks for checking my 'hcards with include-pattern' page;
the hcards in there are working as I expected: the included data is only available to the hcard parser (try with Tails), so if a user needs to export an hcard he/she gets a complete one, but the html page remains lean without repetition of the organization-name for each staff member.
I believe this is the intended usage of the include-pattern: avoid html bloat by referencing identical data already available on the page.
As stated by JiriKopsa on the include-pattern-feedback: "It seems there is some confusion around this topic. I believe that the included data are not supposed to be actually included in the point of inclusion. I believe it is only meant to be a hint for the microformats parser; but the inclusion pattern should not affect how the page is rendered" --LucaPost 06:08, 4 Oct 2007 (PDT)