Please see the irc://irc.freenode.net#microformats IRC channel and the microformats discussion list for questions about microformats. Thanks!
Websites/Services Utilizing Microformats
I think it would greatly help the cause of getting microformats out in the wild if there was a list of websites that utilize microformats. I'm posting this on your talk page because I'm not very clear what to call this. Unlike the examples in the wild this would be a list of sites that consider microformats on other sites. Example: Google uses hCard 1.0 as a "rich text snippet" in their search results. They also do this with hRecipe 0.22 and hReview 0.4 (in progress) among others. So when the user searches the result for that page stands out to the user. But I'm not sure of even the various search engines that consider microformats let alone all the other sites and services. Do you have any thoughts on this idea? Would this be worthwhile? Would it help in getting more sites to adopt microformats if they saw the various sites and services that would consider them and how that might help their site/business? Bgp1 21:23, 7 January 2012 (UTC)
LinkedIn Microformats Group
Maybe you should consider creating a Microformats group on LinkedIn for web developers to join. There seem to be other groups along the same level as this (web standards, specific web languages, etc) so I don't think this would be a stretch. Bgp1 20:33, 21 January 2012 (UTC)
This MediaWiki Installation
Is this the plain vanilla mediawiki installation that MediaTemple.net offers? Just curious. I noticed while comparing diffs there was no obvious means to click to the latest revision from buried diffs. On Wikipedia, one can click the "Article" tab in the upper part of the window to go to the current version, but not here. Thank you for your dedication to enlightening us on microformats! (PS. Is the ^ in the wikimarkup on your user page, before your CCxPD license link, for added emphasis or ???.) ChipD 04:35, 18 September 2012 (UTC)