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One of several microformats [[events]].  During the [http://2006.sxsw.com/ SXSWi 2006] conference, there was a [http://2006.sxsw.com/interactive/programming/panels/?action=show&id=IAP060038 Microformats panel] where microformats implementers demonstrated and discussed microformats support in their tools and/or websites.
One of several microformats [[events]].  During the [http://2006.sxsw.com/ SXSWi 2006] conference, there was a [http://2006.sxsw.com/interactive/programming/panels/?action=show&id=IAP060038 Microformats panel] where microformats implementers demonstrated and discussed microformats support in their tools and/or websites.
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The [http://player.sxsw.com/2006/podcasts/SXSW06.INT.20060313.Microformats.mp3 audio file] of this panel is now available. A transcript has been posted at [[events/2006-03-13-sxsw-microformats-transcript]].
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* [http://adactio.com/ Jeremy Keith]
* [http://kidachi.kazuhi.to Kazuhito Kidachi]
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* [http://FireAnt.tv Joshua Kinberg]
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Revision as of 12:10, 24 June 2006

Microformats panel at SXSW Interactive 2006

One of several microformats events. During the SXSWi 2006 conference, there was a Microformats panel where microformats implementers demonstrated and discussed microformats support in their tools and/or websites.

The audio file of this panel is now available. A transcript has been posted at events/2006-03-13-sxsw-microformats-transcript.

Contents

Session Overview

Longer Session Description

I am working on this here, and will submit to SXSW to update on the page for the session: http://2006.sxsw.com/interactive/programming/panels/?action=show&id=IAP060038 Presenters: please link to your demonstrations / presentations. - Tantek

Microformats: Evolving The Web

Room 17AB

Monday, March 13th

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Microformats are simple semantic XHTML extensions for expressing numerous common concepts (people, events, etc.) on today's Web. Panelists will demonstrate and discuss microformats support in their websites and tools.

Moderator: Tantek Çelik

Attending

Please add your name here if you are attending SXSW Interactive (whether you are speaking or not), alphabetically sorted by last name.

Short Summary

This is simply a direct quote from http://2006.sxsw.com/interactive/programming/panels/?action=show&id=IAP060038 typos, misspellings, and UTF-8 gotchas all.

Microformats: Evolving The Web

Room 17AB

Monday, March 13th

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Microformats are simple semantic XHTML extensions for expressing numerous common concepts (people, events, etc.) on today's Web. Panelists will demonstrate and discuss microformats support in their websites.

Moderator: Tantek Çelik Chief Technologist, Technorati

Demonstration and Discussion Tips

Note about the demonstrations. All demonstrations MUST:

To Do

Please check the to do list to see if you can help out.

Earlier Description

Title: Microformats: Evolving the Web

Summary:

As the web design, development, IA, and blogging communities have adopted more and more valid semantic (X)HTML, two key realizations have emerged: there is a need to express common information building blocks on pages such as people, addresses, events, reviews etc., and (X)HTML lacks the built-in semantics to do so.

Microformats are a set of simple open data formats that provide an evolutionary approach to easily expressing such common building blocks on today's Web. In contrast to dedicated XML schemas, microformats for events or contact info are familar XHTML with semantic class names, making them trivial to embed in existing content, style with CSS, and interoperate with desktop applications.

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